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Overview This talented and imaginative writer offers a unique perspective on the season of Advent. Along with Scripture readings and prayers, Bozzuti-Jones offers four weeks of meditations that focus on the growth of Jesus in the womb of Mary as he approaches the day of his birth, learns his mothers voice, and represents the importance of waiting and preparation in a Christian life.
Publishers Description Mark Bozzutti-Jones offers a unique perspective on the season of Advent. Along with Scripture readings and prayers, he offers four weeks of meditations that focus on the growth of Jesus in the womb of Mary as he approaches the day of his birth, learns his mother's voice, responds to the presence of light and dark, and begins to position himself for birth. What does this teach us about our own spiritual journey through Advent? Waiting and preparation is essential to the Christian life. By reflecting on our own birth experiences and Jesus' own progress through the womb, Christians can learn how to remain intimate with God, how to approach the light, and how to get ready for new birth in Christ. The Womb of Advent guides the reader through each day with a mantra, scripture reading, and questions to focus our meditation. Each session ends with a spiritual exercise.
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Studio: Church Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.44" Width: 5.64" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.41 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2007
Publisher Church Publishing
ISBN 0898695678 ISBN13 9780898695670
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More About Mark Bozzuti-Jones
MARK FRANCISCO BOZZUTI-JONES was born in Kingston, Jamaica. A former Jesuit priest, he has done mission work in Guyana, Brazil, Mexico, and Belize. Now an Episcopal priest, he is the Interim Priest of Christ Church in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and is the author of The Miter Fits Just Fine!, the 2003 Theologos Award-winning God Created, and several other books.