Introduction to Spirituality

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  • Paperback
  • 321 pages
  • Introduction to Spirituality
  • Louis Bouyer
  • English
  • 03 July 2017

10 thoughts on “Introduction to Spirituality

  1. says:

    Introduction to the Spiritual Life is another title from Ave Maria Press Christian Classics imprint Like other books from this imprint, we are presented with a fresh translation of an old text that is designed to help us grow in our Catholic life I was unfamiliar with the author, Louis Bouyer, so I did some research and discovered that he was a French Lutheran minister who converted to Catholicism in 1939 Due to his intelligence, he was relied upon during the Second Vatican Council for the topic of liturgy.In this book, Bouyer examines several aspects of the spiritual life including Tradition, Scripture, Prayer, Sacraments, and even Asceticism To give you an idea of what this books discusses and the detail that it goes into, the chapter on prayer is broken down into many subsections In one such section, he compares vocal prayer with mental prayer, expounds upon the Liturgy of the Hours, compares and contrasts meditation and contemplation He even goes so far as to discuss the Ignatian Method of Prayer and the Sulpician Method of Prayer I was familiar with the Ignatian Method, but the Sulpician Method was news to me It is primarily for clerics, but is summed up in three celebrated formulae Jesus before my eyes, Jesus in my heart, Jesus in my hands It sounds beautiful, but it s definitely out of my realm for prayer at the moment.The most interesting chapter to me was Chapter 7, which focused on lay spirituality...

  2. says:

    Profound reading for why it is essential to come to mass on Sunday As a Catholic priest I have read no better explanation as to why we as Christians need to pray both privately and publicly The Catholic liturgy be it Roman, Byzantine or orthodox is how we are meant to hear and understand the word of God It is a difficult read in the middle, which is why I only gave it four stars, but the beginning end is good and the beginning is AMAZING AND ESSENTIAL for all Christians to understand if they ever want a true Spiritual Life It answers the concern that people have when they say they are Spiritual but not Religious I ve always thought that was impossible...

  3. says:

    While Catholic in orientation, Bouyer does a good job of hitting the basics of an approach in a thorough way.

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