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In Conversation with God: Meditations for…
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In Conversation with God: Meditations for Each Day of the Year, Vol. 1:…

by Francis Fernandez

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Adviento-Navidad-Epifania
  Angulo-Fernandez | Sep 24, 2011 |
This review, while brief, applies to all seven books in the series.

Every day has a chapter which invariably uses the readings from Mass as the starting point. As seems to be the custom of nearly any meditation or sermon that I have ever heard from a priest of Opus Dei, the Blessed Mother is mentioned in the closing paragraph as a model for the virtues discussed in the essay.

Quotes from the writings of St. Josemaria Escriva are plentiful, but so are quotes from the Bible and other spiritual writings.

DISCLAIMER: dadwithnoisykids does not receive any monetary compensation from the above blog. He is not a member of Opus Dei, nor has he read or seen the Da Vinci Code. He once read a copy of another book by Dan Brown before throwing it out because it was offensive to the person of the Holy Father and anyone else with more than a grain of common sense.
  19vatermit64 | Apr 30, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0906138205, Vinyl Bound)

Author Francis Fernandez-Carvajal makes generous use of the writings of the great saints as he brings you focused and moving meditations on themes taken from the Mass readings for that day, the liturgical season, and more. This work is rich and extensive enough to serve as your spiritual reading for a lifetime, as it helps you relate the particulars of the message of Christ to the ordinary circumstances of your day. Each volume is small enough for you to carry it to Adoration or some other suitable place for meditation. The whole set comes with a handsome slipcase that prevents wear-and-tear on the individual volumes.

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