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Where to Purchase the Book (and available formats) From [Paperback, Kindle] From Barnes & Noble [Paperback] From the Publisher [Paperback] (Franciscan Media, 2016) ISBN: 978-1632531414 Paperback: 144pp List Price: .99 Book Description Author, Franciscan friar, and popular retreat leader Dan Horan puts Christian dilemmas into a new light in this new book of thoughtful reflections.As Paul made clear to the Corinthians two thousand years ago, being a Christian can mean appearing out-of-step at times.Like Jesus’s early followers, the ethical implications of Jesus’s words and deeds for those of us who would follow him are not always what’s expected of us.But the risk of appearing foolish never stopped “God’s Fool,” St.Like the good householder of the Gospel, Daniel Horan draws forth old things and new and, in the process, beautifully reveals how the Poor Man of Assisi and the Trappist monk in Kentucky speak as one voice to our age.” —Lawrence S. O’Brien Professor of Theology (Emeritus), University of Notre Dame “Combining scholarly insight with pastoral sensitivity, Daniel Horan, O. This is an accessible and absorbing exploration of a significant influence on Merton’s life and thought, particularly welcome in this new ‘Age of Francis.'” —Patrick F.O’Connell, Editor of “Daniel Horan brings a fresh and welcome perspective to the life and legacy of the twentieth century’s most celebrated monk.Try focusing on what you share as sisters in the gospel, rather than the negative aspects you dislike about that person.” ― Shannon L.Daybreaks: Daily Reflections for Advent and Christmas (Liguori Publications, 2017) ISBN: 978-0764827303 Paperback: 48pp List Price:

Where to Purchase the Book (and available formats) From [Paperback, Kindle] From Barnes & Noble [Paperback] From the Publisher [Paperback] (Franciscan Media, 2016) ISBN: 978-1632531414 Paperback: 144pp List Price: $15.99 Book Description Author, Franciscan friar, and popular retreat leader Dan Horan puts Christian dilemmas into a new light in this new book of thoughtful reflections.As Paul made clear to the Corinthians two thousand years ago, being a Christian can mean appearing out-of-step at times.Like Jesus’s early followers, the ethical implications of Jesus’s words and deeds for those of us who would follow him are not always what’s expected of us.But the risk of appearing foolish never stopped “God’s Fool,” St.Like the good householder of the Gospel, Daniel Horan draws forth old things and new and, in the process, beautifully reveals how the Poor Man of Assisi and the Trappist monk in Kentucky speak as one voice to our age.” —Lawrence S. O’Brien Professor of Theology (Emeritus), University of Notre Dame “Combining scholarly insight with pastoral sensitivity, Daniel Horan, O. This is an accessible and absorbing exploration of a significant influence on Merton’s life and thought, particularly welcome in this new ‘Age of Francis.'” —Patrick F.O’Connell, Editor of “Daniel Horan brings a fresh and welcome perspective to the life and legacy of the twentieth century’s most celebrated monk.Try focusing on what you share as sisters in the gospel, rather than the negative aspects you dislike about that person.” ― Shannon L.Daybreaks: Daily Reflections for Advent and Christmas (Liguori Publications, 2017) ISBN: 978-0764827303 Paperback: 48pp List Price: $1.99 Book Description Advent is a season of hopeful waiting for the light of Christ to appear at dawn after a long, cold night.

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Where to Purchase the Book (and available formats) From [Paperback, Kindle] From Barnes & Noble [Paperback] From the Publisher [Paperback] (Franciscan Media, 2016) ISBN: 978-1632531414 Paperback: 144pp List Price: $15.99 Book Description Author, Franciscan friar, and popular retreat leader Dan Horan puts Christian dilemmas into a new light in this new book of thoughtful reflections.

As Paul made clear to the Corinthians two thousand years ago, being a Christian can mean appearing out-of-step at times.

Like Jesus’s early followers, the ethical implications of Jesus’s words and deeds for those of us who would follow him are not always what’s expected of us.

.99 Book Description Advent is a season of hopeful waiting for the light of Christ to appear at dawn after a long, cold night.

If you wish to love them, the only way to overcome your frustrations is through empathy, prayer, forgiveness and allowing yourself time to heal through distance.

This collection is sure to captivate, provoke, inspire, and challenge.” –Stephen J. “In this compelling book, one of my favorite spiritual writers offers wisdom through an array of topics that, while broad in focus, draw us back again and again to the same foundation: the transforming call to love God and love others with all that we have.

Dan Horan has written a book accessible and valuable for every reader.” –Jamie Arpin-Ricci, pastor, Little Flowers Community, Winnipeg, and author of Vulnerable Faith “It takes a sage to see that God is not fair—and that for this we should be grateful!

It is a time of hopeful waiting as we ponder the mystery of the Incarnation, the unique and salvific way that God became with us .

It is a time of preparation, of renewal, of celebration that nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus. Horan, OFM, uses the theme of to show you that God in Christ Jesus is always with you.

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