Paths in Spirituality
While advocates of "religionless Christianity" assert that modern men and women have outgrown traditional expressions of worship, prayer, and spirituality, Macquarrie shows how these aspects of religious experience are critical in our search for a healing and fulfilling communion with God and God's people. He also describes and interprets those traditional rites and spiritual disciplines--Stations of the Cross, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, the Daily Offices, Reconciliation of a Penitent--perhaps latent, yet superbly suitable to meet the needs of the contemporary search for wholeness and holiness.
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