Everything Belongs: The Gift of Contemplative Prayer

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Crossroad Publishing Company, 2003 - Religion - 186 pages
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This popular and bestselling book of the renowned Franciscan challenges people to move beyond the comfort of a settled life toward an understanding of themselves that is rooted in their connection to God. Only when they rest in God can they find the certainty and the freedom to become all that they can be. Contemplation has its place at the heart of Christianity, a place that allows people to experience how “everything belongs.”

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Richard Rohr is a wonderful writer and a wise man. - Goodreads
Wonderful wisdom and insight inside. - Goodreads
Gems of insight abound throughout. - Goodreads
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Review: Everything Belongs: The Gift of Contemplative Prayer

User Review  - Janet Pittman - Goodreads

The premise of this book is a good one in that all in the world belongs to God as we pray in a contemplative state. I found it challenging though to track with where the author was heading and to ... Read full review

Review: Everything Belongs: The Gift of Contemplative Prayer

User Review  - Matthew Palmer - Goodreads

Absolutely transformative, challenging, and experiential. Richard Rohr presents a way to enter into the life of God that is all around us if we are willing to truly see. He shows the reader the beauty ... Read full review

About the author (2003)

Fr. Richard Rohr is a Franciscan priest of the New Mexico Province. He founded the Center for Action and Contemplation in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1986, where he presently serves as founding director. Richard is the author of more than twenty books, an internationally known speaker, and a regular contributing writer for Sojourners and Tikkun magazines and the CAC s quarterly journal, Radical Grace. He is the author of Falling Upward and Falling Upward: A Companion Journal.

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