Early Christians—including Christ himself—lived in poverty and humility, and found sustenance in prayer. What does that example mean for those of us who don’t? Thomas Dubay, Roman Catholic priest and spiritual director, studies the examples of Christ, John of the Cross, and Teresa of Avila to find how everyday Christians can live in simplicity while enjoying the fruit of God’s magnificent creation. Further still, he teaches Christians how to devote themselves to holiness through prayer without losing sight of the importance of family and service.
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- Pastoral studies on poverty and prayer for the everyday Christian
- Timeless spiritual instruction from Jesus, John of the Cross, and Teresa of Avila
- Title: Thomas Dubay Collection
- Author: Thomas Dubay
- Publisher: Ignatius Press
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 536
About Thomas Dubay
Thomas Dubay is a retreat master and spiritual director for religious communities around the country, as well as a highly regarded speaker at conferences and retreats for lay people in North America. He has hosted five different 13-part television series on spirituality and prayer, and is the best-selling author of such acclaimed spiritual works as Deep Conversion/Deep Prayer and Prayer Primer.