Item description for The Peace I Leave With You by Kenneth J. Povish...
Overview The Peace I Leave With You is a selection of 40 meditations taken from more than 50 years of Bishop Kenneth Povish's writings. This is the first and only book of the beloved third bishop of the Diocese of Lansing, Michigan. For more than 50 years, Bishop Povish ministered to us, first as a priest then as a bishop, before succumbing to cancer on September 5, 2003. He worked up until his death on the manuscript for this book-his parting gift to the people of God, a final message of hope and consolation.
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Studio: Xulon Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.12" Width: 5.96" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.42 lbs.
Release Date Oct 24, 2003
Publisher Xulon Press
ISBN 1594670706 ISBN13 9781594670701
Availability 92 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 04:54.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Peace I Leave With You?
Great Book for Lent Jan 7, 2004
What a wonderful book to read during the 40 days of Lent, this book would be perfect for reading a chapter a day during your devotional time or right before bed. What a wonderful gift Bishop Povish left for us when he left this book to his followers. He is greatly missed and with this book we are able to still enjoy his many stories, that he was so gifted in telling.
Perfect to read during 40 days of Lent Jan 7, 2004
This book is perfect to read during the 40 days of Lent, a story a day. Bishop Povish was such a gifted and talented person and I feel lucky to still have a part of him in the wonderful gift of this book to us. Read a story before bed each night and then re read it again
Beloved Bishop's final thoughts for his "flock." Dec 2, 2003
The warmth and compassion that characterized this man's ministry comes through on every page of this book. The introduction reveals that the bishop was working on the book up to the last few days before his death in September 2003. The book itself, drawn from more than forty years of pastoral writing, reveals a man rightly called "Bishop," but who was a father at heart.
The 40 meditations makes it especially appropriate to read during Lent, but can be enjoyed any time of year. Buy two copies -- one for yourself, and one for a friend!