The author leaves his inner-city parish in England and drives to the middle of the Sahara Desert, to the top of Mount Assékrem, 10,000 feet above sea level , where he stays in a hermitage to contemplate the Eucharist. In this book, which, at times, is challenging, disturbing or amusing, he weaves together experiences from his parish and the desert. The result is this enduring spiritual classic – written for all who break bread in our Lord’s name. Trevor Huddleston wrote of this book, "It is a small miracle (but truly a miracle) to read this book ... This is a small book, but small is beautiful, and, in this case, life saving as well." Simon Barrington-Ward reviewed this book when he was Bishop of Coventry, England. He wrote, "This is a book of striking insight." After reading this book, you will see the Eucharist in a new light, a light that will shine into your everyday life.
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Book Description Darton,Longman & Todd Ltd, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0232519692