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Radical Grace: Daily Meditations by Richard Rohr

by Richard Rohr

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Radical Grace is a gospel call to conversion. Richard Rohr invites us to be faithful, to turn to God, to reform our hearts and lives, to call our culture and Church to radical transformation. This collection of 408 meditations spans two decades and combines reflections from Richard Rohr's popular lectures and published and unpublished writings. The meditations follow the Church's liturgical cycle, striking the spirit of each season--Advent, Christmas, Lent, Easter, Pentecost and Ordinary Time. Used for daily or occasional reflection, Radical Grace challenges us to grow in our spiritual lives.

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