In this readable, succinct volume, Keith Fournier portrays the young virgin of Nazareth in a fresh light as an antidote to the spiritual ills of the age. The Prayer of Mary presents humility, simplicity, and selfless love as fitting responses to the loving invitation of God, who visits people in their daily lives and invites them into a relationship with Him.
|Contributor(s)||Keith Fournier, Lela Gilbert (With)|
|About the Contributor(s)||Keith Fournier
Keith Fournier is a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church and serves the Melkite Greek (Byzantine) Catholic Church. He is a human rights lawyer, author, scholar, broadcaster, activist, ecumenist and academic. He holds three degrees, and founded "Common Good," a movement of Christians building solidarity with the poor. Fournier has written seven books, and numerous booklets and articles. He and his wife, Laurine, have five children and one grandson.
Lela Gilbert (With)
Lela Gilbert is a Gold Medallion–winning freelance writer/editor of more than sixty books, including the award–winning Blind Spot: When Journalists Don't Get Religion. She is a contributor to the Jerusalem Post, Weekly Standard Online, National Review Online, and other publications. She is an adjunct fellow at the Hudson Institute and resides in California and Jerusalem.
|Release Date||Aug 9, 2005|