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Call of Silent Love

A Carthusian

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ISBN 10: 0852446713 / ISBN 13: 9780852446713
Published by Gracewing, England, 2006
Used Condition: Like New Soft cover
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Like new paperback; 198 pages. Partial contents: Bruno: a Time, a Place, a Man; The Statutes; Vocation; Sell Everything That You Have; The YES in Time; The School of the Holy Spirit; The Interior Master; The Discernment of Spirits. --- We are a Benedictine Monastery/Seminary Library; thank you for your support. Size: 21.5 Cm. Bookseller Inventory # 019142

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Title: Call of Silent Love

Publisher: Gracewing, England

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Like New

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A vocation is an extremely mysterious reality. The call of God is not something extrinsic; it penetrates to the most intimate centre of the heart. We are what we are on account of this call. The Call of Silent Love is a profound and eloquent examination of the twin themes of vocation and discernment in which the father-master speaks about the nature of a calling, and the interanl and external struggles, the discernment of spirits and the overall framework in which we live our lives. 'The reader is faced with a rare and compelling account of Carthusian spirituality that is simple, sustaining and inviting - to every Christian.' (The Tablet) Other books of classic Carthusian spirituality published by Gracewing include The Prayer of Love and Silence, They Speak by Silences and The Wound of Love.

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