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Say it to God : In Search of Prayer: The Archbishop of Canterbury's Lent Book 2018

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In Say it to God Luigi Gioia provides a welcome encouragement to all those who feel the need to freshen their practice of prayer. For Gioia, prayer is not about methods or techniques, but trusting that God is truly interested in everything that happens to us and wants to hear about it. The book leads the reader into the theological aspects of prayer and how it relates to Christ, to the Holy Spirit and to the Church. This is done without using complex theological concepts but simply through scriptural quotations. Chapters are kept brief intentionally to make the book suitable for daily reading over the Lenten period. With a foreword by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Say it to God demonstrates that the everyday, even the most mundane of tasks and situations, can be applied in deepening our practice of prayer.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 12.7mm | 203g
  • Bloomsbury Continuum
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • No illustrations
  • 1472941756
  • 9781472941756
  • 58,040

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Say it to God will take the reader on a prayer journey that lasts way beyond the 40 days of Lent ... This book is an ideal companion and study book for Lent but it's far more than that, it could well be a book for life as you return to it again and again as you go deeper into your prayer journey. * Kath Cope, Together *
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About Luigi Gioia

Luigi Gioia is Professor of Systematic Theology at the Pontifical University of Sant'Anselmo in Rome and Research Associate of the Von Hugel Institute (Cambridge). In the past four years he has preached spiritual retreats in the UK, France, USA, Canada, Australia, Korea, China and the Philippines and has published widely in scholarly reviews. He is currently Visiting Scholar of Divinity at Cambridge University.
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