Only at Night We See the Stars
Finding Light in the Face of Darkness
Chiara Lubich (about)
For those who are yearning for spiritual growth and insight into Gods word and the meaning of human existence, these prayer-filled reflections by Chiara Lubich will be most helpful.... What makes this volume so necessary and essential in our times is its honest and courageous dealing with suffering and death. With deceptive simplicity and amazing boldness, Only At Night We See the Stars presents the gospel paradox of life coming through death.... This is not a book to be read. It is a spiritual manual to be prayed and pondered. Here is a wine which, if sipped slowly and lovingly, will lead to divine intoxication. It will also call us to the justice and peace that characterizes the followers of Jesus. Robert F. Morneau Aux. Bishop of Green Bay, WI
Chiara Lubich (1920-2008) was born in Italy. An internationally renowned religious leader and writer, she received the Templeton Prize for the Progress of Religion and the UNESCO Peace Prize. She published over thirty books in dozens of languages with more than one million copies sold. The founded and presided the Focolare Movement until her death on March 14 2008. Chiara and her gospel-based spirituality have inspired millions. The Focolare Movement stands at the forefront of ecumenical and interfaith dialogue.