Cardinal Collins offers a series of reflections that inspire and challenge us to embrace the three central practices of christian discipleship.
Originally written as pastoral letters to the people of the Archdiocese of Edmonton, these reflections from Cardinal Collins offer all Canadian Catholics clear explanations of three core practices of Catholic life: Reconciliation, Eucharist and Stewardship. These practices help us live as disciples of Jesus and enable us to share the gifts he has given us.
Regular celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation changes the way we relate to those around us. The Eucharist nourishes and sustains us as disciples of Jesus. Through these Sacraments, we experience what Collins refers to as “a profound inner conversion that leads us to live in a spirit of generosity, which is most fully revealed in the sharing of time and talent” and are compelled to be good stewards of God’s gifts to us.
Perfect for the Year of Faith and beyond, this collection offers accessible reflections with tangible exercises to help readers live their faith every day. Questions at the end of each chapter make this an excellent resource for both personal reflection and parish discussion groups.