Why Not Be a Mystic?
Mysticism is a phenomenon that has rapidly swept through the world during the second half of the twentieth century and will surely continue to increase as we enter into the third millennium. This book touches on prayer and spirituality and how mysticism is a way of touching God.
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Introduction by George A Maloney SJ
Recovering the Pearl of Great Price
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