Spiritual Progress by Thomas D. Williams
Becoming the Christian You Want to Be

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From the NBC consultant on Vatican Affairs comes an inspiring book that challenges readers to follow Jesus and discover the rich adventure of the Christian faith. Thomas D. Williams draws on the vast knowledge he's gained from his own spiritual journey to inspire others in the pursuit of progress. Through his writing, readers will begin to:
- Understand holiness as the true meaning of life
- See prayer not as a duty, but as an opportunity for conversation with God
- Take courage from God's strength
- Acknowledge their roles in a story larger than themselves
- Learn never to say no to God
- Develop the spiritual disciplines that will ignite an adventurous and exciting relationship with God.

About Thomas D. Williams

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Thomas D. Williams, LC, ThD, is Vatican Analyst for CBS News and a professor of theology at the ReginaApostolorumPontificalUniversity in Rome. He has also worked extensively for NBC News and Britain's Sky News, covering church and ethical issues, including the final illness and death of Pope John Paul II, the 2005 papal conclave, and the election of Pope Benedict XVI. Father Williams also regularly appeared in the MSNBC series The Ethical Edge and is author of several books and dozens of articles, both scholarly and popular.
Published December 5, 2008 by FaithWords. 288 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Written by a Catholic priest who is the Vatican analyst for NBC News, \t\t this primer on the spiritual life is geared to beginners in the broadest \t\t sense—those just embarking on a religi

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In the introduction, Williams delineates differences among categories of Christian books: self-help books, books of "devotional reading" and spiritual manuals, explaining that his current book is a spiritual "guidebook" that "helps chart a course" that the reader personally walks.

Feb 13 2007 | Read Full Review of Spiritual Progress: Becoming ...

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