The Road to Emmaus: Pilgrimage as a Way of Life
Being a pilgrim might involve a journey to distant places associated wih God-revealing events, but it has more to do with simply living day by day in a God-attentive way. Jim Forest's book assists the reader to see one's life as an opportunity for pilgrimage, fwhether in places as familiar as your living room or walking the pilgrim path to Santiago de Compostela.
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