A Book of Uncommon Prayer

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Penguin UK, Jun 5, 2008 - Self-Help - 208 pages
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A Book of Uncommon Prayer is a collection of spiritual and devotional texts, drawn from both inside and outside the limits of the world's religious traditions. Intended for believers and non-believers alike, it is organized with attention to the occasions of prayer, prayerful thought, and meditation. A Book of Uncommon Prayer is built around the idea that in an age marked at once by religious violence and the falling away of orthodox religious observance in the wealthy countries of the West, genuine spiritual curiosity is on the rise, and may be fed by a book that recognizes - and demonstrates - the universality of prayer.

'This anthology offers rewarding material, well researched, often surprising and infinitely worthwhile' Irish Times

'This excellent Penguin edition should rest handily within reach of anybody with an interest in the mystical or the ethereal' Sunday Tribune

 

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Contents

Introduction Speaking to
Gratitude Spells Charms and Oracles
Hope and Trust Wisdom ofThis World
Death and Fear
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About the author (2008)

Theo Dorgan is a poet, broadcaster, and author, most recently, of Sailing for Home: A Voyage from Antigua to Kinsale. He lives in Dublin.

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