The Benedictine tradition and practice of divine reading made accessible for everyone. Review Quotes: "A book to read again and again, each time finding a new bit of spiritual advice to try out.... One of the most energizing and workable guides you have yet to read." -- "Catholic Digest"Challenges us to remember the people in our past with a love thatknows we will meet again, and look forward to the future with hope that God who so feeds us today has set an even greater banquet." -- "Reverend Nicholas Ayo, University of Notre Dame""A personalized invitation to stop, look, and listen for God in the here and now... She wants us to gather up the crumbs, the little things in our lives, and realize they have the makings of a banquet." -- "Abbot Jerome Kodell, Osb, Subiaco Abbey, Arkansas"
Paperback 158 pages