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Life of Christ

Sr. John Dominic Rasmussen
Lumen Ecclesiae, 2015
331 pages, paperback $21.99

Catholics are often accused of not knowing scripture. It’s time to change that. This new resource from the Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist is an excellent aid for adults and students in middle and high school.

This personal journal allows you to have an encounter with Christ by going deeper into His Word. As you journey through Christ’s life by reading the selected scripture, readers meditate upon His word using lectio divina — a traditional practice of scriptural reading, meditation and prayer. This is the perfect resource to build your Bible “muscles” and deepen your friendship with Jesus.

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Life of Christ

Life-of-ChristSr. John Dominic Rasmussen, OP
Lumen Ecclesiae, 2015
331 pages, paperback $21.99

Catholics are often accused of not knowing scripture as well as they should. While that may be true, it doesn’t have to be. A new resource from the Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist — subtitled Lectio Divina Journal — is an unrivaled aid for adults and students in middle and high school.

More than a textbook, this personal journal allows you to have an encounter with the Person of Christ by going deeper into His Word. As you journey through the life of Christ by reading the selected scripture passages, readers slowly move through Jesus’ life, meditating upon His word using lectio divina— a traditional practice of scriptural reading, meditation and prayer.

This is the perfect resource to build your Bible “muscles” and deepen your friendship with Christ.

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Lectio Divina Bible Study (four books)

Author Stephen Binz’s series leads readers on a journey of enlightenment . . .

binzLectio Divina Bible Study (four books)
Stephen J. Binz
Our Sunday Visitor, 2012
128 pages, $9.95 paperback

In his 2010 exhortation Verbum Domini, Pope Benedict XVI encouraged the practice of lectio divina, an ancient form of meditation involving prayer, study and action. In an exceptional combination of scripture study with historical, theological, and biblical perspectives on the creed, Binz leads readers on a journey of enlightenment and appreciation.

Binz explores complex topics with sequential steps of study, meditation, and internalization. Specifically, every chapter leads readers through a sequence of license, understanding, reflecting, praying and acting. This remarkable four-book bible study is suitable for parish, small group, or individual use.

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