Fénelon: Talking with God

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Paraclete Press, 1997 - Religion - 142 pages
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Thomas Merton called him" . . . great Churchman: theologian and director of consciences". For centuries, people have sought the counsel of this humble priest who wrote from the court of King Louis XIV. Fenelon's careful guidance gives simple wisdom on how to find true prayer of the heart, how to use time wisely, the best kind of love, what to do when feelings fail us, and our union with God.

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This book is filled with short expressions one can have with God. These instructions lead us into a deeper relationshipi with God. In order to get to the level of spiritual leadership one must have ... Read full review

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Fenelon (1651-1715) was a French archbishop who was condemned by the Pope for writing a book explaining Quietism, a mystical prayer sect branded as heretical. In this modern translation of his ... Read full review

Contents

Talking with God 1 How to Talk with God
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Desiring Gods Will
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On True Prayer of the Heart
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