Drop Your Nets and Follow Jesus
The book is about the formation of disciples (laity, clergy, and religious) to fulfill the Church’s call for evangelization in the Third Millennium. Not to preach a “new Gospel” but to live day after day the faith we profess and to draw souls hungering for spiritual deepening to Christ is imperative.
About the Author
Susan Muto, Ph.D., is executive director of the Epiphany Association, based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and dean of the Epiphany Academy of Formative Spirituality. She holds a doctorate in English literature from the University of Pittsburgh, where she specialized in the work of post-Reformation spiritual writers. From 1966 to 1988, she served in various administrative and teaching positions at the Institute of Formative Spirituality (IFS) at Duquesne University.
Dr. Muto has been teaching the literature of ancient, medieval, and modern spirituality for over forty years. She has written many books, including companion texts to the masterpieces of St. John of the Cross. Her latest book is Gratefulness: The Habit of a Grace-Filled Life (Ave Maria Press: 2018) She has also recorded popular audio series. All of these resources are available at the Epiphany Association (www.epiphanyassociation.org).
Her articles have appeared in Catholic Digest, Mount Carmel, Pittsburgh Catholic, and Human Development. She has written more than forth books, many of them co-authored with Father Adrian van Kaam. She lectures internationally on the Judeo-Christian formation tradition.
In 2014 she received the Aggiornamento Award presented by the Catholic Library Association in recognition of an outstanding contribution made by an individual or an organization to the ministry of renewal modeled by Pope St. John XXIII.
|Publication Date||Sep 1, 2019|