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Read the text of the apostolic letter The Door of Faith (Porta Fidei)
Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Second Vatican Council, Joan Mueller challenges readers to evangelize the modern world by the way they live. As St. Francis said, “Preach at all times. When necessary, use words.” Guided by Benedict XVI’s anniversary letter, Door of Faith, Dr. Mueller offers scriptural reflections on the gift of faith, faith conversion, Mary as a model of faith, and living evangelization. Each daily scripture reading is accompanied by a short reflection and spiritual practice intended to fortify our choice of faith in each moment and circumstance of our lives. This small book is a perfect tool for parishes and individuals who wish to respond to the church’s call to rediscover God as Love, to cultivate a taste for feeding ourselves on the Word of God, and to be the joy that transforms the world.
- “This book invites you to face the faith question in your life in a new and refreshing way. With every reflection, Sister Joan draws you into a deeper understanding of the demands of living your faith authentically. Her insightful reflections and disarming questions are a must-read for all who are sincere of faith, searching in faith, struggling with faith, or enthusiastic about sharing their faith.”
Father Harry Buse, Pastor, St. Leo the Great Parish, Omaha, NE
ABOUT THE SERIES
Books in this series include daily readings for a span of four weeks. Each day includes a short reflection and a spiritual exercise. Small enough to slip into a purse or coat pocket, these books fit easily into everyday routines.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Joan Mueller, Ph.D., is professor of theology and Christian spirituality at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. A Franciscan scholar and writer, she has written many books and articles, including Praying Advent: Three Minute Reflections on Peace, Faithfulness, Joy, and Light; Forgiveness: Three Minute Reflections on Redeeming Life’s Most Difficult Moments; and Francis, the Saint of Assisi.
AUTHOR'S WEBSITE http://www.creighton.edu/ccas/theology/faculty/joanmueller/index.php
|Publication Date||Aug 15, 2012|