Crossing by Mark Barrett
Reclaiming the Landscape of Our Lives

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Illuminates the spiritual journey we all take and the choices we make by focusing on five of the monastic hours, from Vigils which reflect on the edges of the day and our own difficulty in choosing to begin the journey, through Compline or night prayer, the time for letting go and remembering the reality of death. Full of humor and

eloquently written, Crossing shows Christians how to bring faith and human experience together.
 

About Mark Barrett

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Barrett is a roman catholic priest in England.
 
Published January 1, 2008 by Morehouse Publishing. 120 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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This beautiful book on the Benedictine tradition of praying the Divine Hours presents the daily office as a regular cycle of birth and death.

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