In Conversation With God - Vol. 4 - Ordinary Time, Weeks 13-23

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A series of outstanding meditations that follows the Church's liturgical calendar. Each day's meditation is divided into three parts and is five or six pages long. The subjects relate to themes from the Mass readings for that day or the liturgical season. This work helps the reader deepen the message of Christ in the ordinary circumstances of the day.

Topics include:

Thirteenth Week in Ordinary Time:

Love for God
Death and life
Don't look back
The value of one just man
God's Silence
Missed opportunities
The infinite value of the Mass
Habitual mortifications
New Wine

Fourteenth Week in Ordinary Time:

Helping others carry their burdens
My Grace is sufficient for you
As a river of peace
Finding Christ in the Church
The ascetical struggle
Go to Joseph
The supernatural mission of the Church
Prudent and simple
Love for Truth

Fifteenth Week in Ordinary Time:

The parable of the sower
Love and veneration for the priesthood
The Good Samaritan
Parents and their children's vocation
Sorrow for sin
Our Father, God
Our Lord's yoke is light
Our Lord's Passover
He will not crush the bruised reed

Sixteenth Week in Ordinary Time:

The cockle of false doctrine
Rest and recreation
Martha's work
Faith and miracles
The new family of Jesus
Human virtues
Broken Cisterns - the effects of sin
The virtue of temperance
The New Covenant

Seventeenth Week in Ordinary Time:

The great net
Faithfulness in little things
Learning to ask
Leaven in the dough
The friends of God
The treasure and pearl of great value
Christ's Presence in the Tabernacle
Without human respect
Knowing when to speak

Eighteenth Week in Ordinary Time:

The messianic goods
The Bread of Life
To be rich before God
Chrisitian optimism
Men of Faith
The Virtue of Humility
You are the Christ
Love and the Cross
The power of Faith

Nineteenth Week in Ordinary Time:

God always helps
The Living Bread
Waiting for the Lord
The tribute for the Temple
The lost sheep
The power to forgive sins
Our debt with God
Matrimony and virginity
The blessing of the children

Twentieth Week in Ordinary Time:

The importance of prayer
The pledge of eternal life
The fire of divine Love
Joy and generosity
The goods of the Earth
At all hours of the day
The Wedding Feast
With all our heart
Doing and teaching

Twenty-First Week in Ordinary Time:

The Pope, permanent foundation of unity
Following Christ
Catholic and universal
Docility in spiritual direction
The obligations of justice
Loving our daily work
Vigilance and charity
The oil of charity
Sins of omission

Twenty-Second Week in Ordinary Time:

The Cross in our lives
True purity
The first places
The works of mercy
He taught with authority
He imposed His hands on them
The power of obedience
Friends of the bridegroom
Our Lady's faith

Twenty-Third Week in Ordinary Time:

Family prayer
Listening to God and speaking to Him
Examination of conscience
Stretch out your hand
The prayer of Christ - our own prayer
Peace in adversity
The merit of good works
Divine filiation
Full of Grace

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  • 5 Aug 27th 2010

    I use In Conversation with God for my daily mental prayer.
    The book is very well written by a writer who is Holy, down-to-earth, and practical.

    Peter Ochodo

  • 5 Aug 1st 2010

    I use this series year round; daily readings are concise and well documented with Scripture references. Each selection can be read within a reasonable length of time on even the busiest day. Readings give something to think about during the day. Best Uses: Gift, Older Readers, Reference; Describe Yourself: Bookworm; Pros: Deserves Multiple Readings, Informative, Well Written


  • 5 Jul 28th 2010
    Seeking Holliness?

    Everyday practical advice on becoming like Christ Best Uses: Everyday use; Describe Yourself: Rarely Read; Pros: Easy To Read, Informative, Well Written


  • 5 Oct 4th 2009
    Satisfies my heart as well as my mind.

    This study can be used over and over. It followes the daily mass schedule and takes one deeper. For the person who truly wishes to enrich his soul. Best Uses: College students of relig, Gift, Older Readers, Younger Readers; Describe Yourself: Everyday Reader; Pros: Deserves Multiple Readings, For serious study, Informative


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