Item description for Why We Look Up: Making Sense of Our Catholic Faith by Robert J. Cormier...
Overview People who want to make sense of their Cahtolic faith will cherish these inspiring reflections-proof that you don't need to be a theologian to have a rich faith that nourshes the heart and mind. In the book's three parts, Having Faith, Living Faith, and Practicing Faith, the award-winning author provides us with small gems for devotional reading and inspiration, on a wealth of questions that matter to us most, such as the meaning of suffering, the glory of creation, prayer, and having a personal relationship with God.
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Studio: Crossroad General Interest
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.24" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2003
Publisher Crossroad General Interest
ISBN 082452120X ISBN13 9780824521202
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More About Robert J. Cormier
Robert J. Cormier has been a priest of the Archdiocese of Newark for 31 years and is currently serving in Jersey City.
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Why We Look Up; Making Sense of Our Catholic Faith Dec 21, 2003
Are you searching for answers to some of the most common questions as well as some difficult ones. This book will do it for you. You won't want to put it down and you won't want it to end. It can become your daily companion. It is the kind of book that you can pick up and turn to any page and find something enlightening and uplifting. It will be the best book on your nightstand.
The best book out on this topic Oct 25, 2003
It is marvelous. The clarity with which it is written is all too rare in spiritual writing today. Fr. Cormier has given us an amazing work: one with insight and depth as well as humor and challenge. As a member of a theological faculty, I see this book as a wonderful asset to religious studies, as it does not descend into jargon or imprecision, but always says what the author means, and the things that he says are well worth hearing.