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Teach us to pray

This little book, “Teach us to Pray,” is my way of inviting the entire Church to this necessary practice of discipleship. Prayer is not, in the first instance, about techniques. It is about disposition and relationship.

The technique will come if we have the right disposition towards God, and thus, the right relationship with God. With the right disposition – a Christian disposition rooted in the Gospels – a conversation with God is an incredible prayer, as we come to know who we are in Christ Jesus our Lord. Moreover, we get to know our Father and His awesome love that is always present in little and great things.

We recognise that God’s love has been pursuing us long before we ever knew it. Prayer is about this love – from beginning to end. This disposition towards love and the relationship with a loving Father is what Christ taught his disciples. This I want to pass on to you. (Purchase here)

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Food for Our Journey I

Food for Our Journey, Volume 1, is a collection of Sunday and weekday homilies given during the season of Lent, Holy Week and Easter Sunday in the year 2020. In the Catholic Tradition, “Food for Our Journey” has many connections. It evokes what God did for the people during the Exodus (Ex. 16) – He gave them manna to eat every day in the desert. This daily feeding was a matter of life and death for the people of the Exodus.

As Bishop Gordon writes: “For many people plunged into the desert of the COVID-19 pandemic, the daily bread of the word was a gift from God that sustained us on our journey. Every day, I was fed by the word. Every day, I fed the people. For Bishop and people it was, indeed, food for our journey.”

Food for Our Journey II

This book of personal reflections are the result of a silent retreat I made at Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA, in July 2019. While sitting one morning in the Dahlgren Chapel on campus, a stained-glass window caught my eye and my religious imagination.

Titled “The Eucharist,” it was a spectacular triptych of the beloved disciple St. John and it led me to a meditation on Mary and her role in forming beloved disciples. It is my hope these meditations in the Upper Room will open for you a new portal through which to encounter Christ. (Purchase here)

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Meditations in the Upper Room

This second volume of Food for the Journey features homilies from Easter Sunday to Pentecost in the year 2020. In the Catholic Tradition, “Food for Our Journey” has many connections. It evokes what God did for the people during the Exodus (Ex. 16) – He gave them manna to eat every day in the desert. This daily feeding was a matter of life and death for the people of the Exodus.

As Bishop Gordon writes: “For many people plunged into the desert of the COVID-19 pandemic, the daily bread of the word was a gift from God that sustained us on our journey. Every day, I was fed by the word. Every day, I fed the people. For Bishop and people it was, indeed, food for our journey.”

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Encounters of Grace

The Camino de Santiago is an ancient pilgrimage–the way of St. James. These reflections are an invitation to pilgrims everywhere. Those who have walked the Camino de Santiago and those who walk the inner Camino every day.

They represent ways that God’s Grace visited every day along the Camino. There are an invitation to reflect on the rich Grace we encounter every day. They are an invitation to become a pilgrim. They are an invitation to live with purpose and depth. (Purchase here)

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