Weaving Faith and Experience by Patricia Cooney Hathaway
A Woman's Perspective (Called to Holiness: Spirituality for Catholic Women)

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In this final volume of the award-winning Called to Holiness series, Patricia Cooney Hathaway concentrates on helping women understand the relationship between faith and human experience during the middle years within the context of the whole life cycle. She explores the wrenching and puzzling questions women in their middle years need to ask: Who am I? Who am I with? Where am I going in terms of a life plan? What aids or blocks my growth? Is God a personal God who is invested in my life? Do I have a personal destiny related to God? What is the meaning of suffering? What is my fate after death?

With wisdom and a nurturing voice, Patricia Cooney Hathaway provides insights about how our Christian faith can help women grow in a personal relationship with God and how our falling in love with God can find practical expression in the way we choose to live.
 

About Patricia Cooney Hathaway

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PATRICIA COONEY HATHAWAY is associate professor of spirituality and systematic theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. She earned a doctorate in systematic theology from the Catholic University of America. She speaks nationally on the topics of theology, spirituality, and human and spiritual adult development, and is a regular contributor to Mosaic magazine and other publications. She is married to Thomas Hathaway, and they are the parents of Thomas and Victoria.
 
Published April 13, 2010 by St. Anthony Messenger Press. 120 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality.