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by Joan Chittister
Songs of the Heart book. Joan offers poignant reflections on 25 psalms, each offering a spiritual oasis away from the stresses of a world that demands more attention than the human soul can sometimes bear.
Songs of the Heart book. Her hope is that readers, in praying and reflecting on the psalms, may find new meaning at the core of life and make songs of their own. This is great spiritual reading for all who long to break open the psalms and pray with them more attentively.
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Songs of the Heart: Reflections on the Psalms. Chittister (The Seasons of Life), known as "Sister Joan" to her readers and admirers, is the executive director of Benetvision: A Resource Center for Contemporary Spirituality.
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reflections on the Psalms. Published 2011 by Twenty-Third Publications in New London, CT. Written in English.
Sister Joan D. Chittister, . born April 26, 1936) is an American Benedictine nun, theologian, author, and speaker. She has served as Benedictine prioress and Benedictine federation president, president of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, and co-chair of the Global Peace Initiative of Women. Chittister was born April 26,1936 to Daniel and Loretta Daugherty. Her father died when she was very young and her mother married Harold Chittister.
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To say Joan Chittister captivated me in the first paragraph would hardly be an exaggeration. She begins with the story of young monk who boasts that he has achieved such a high spiritual abilities, he can actually walk on water. An elder gently reminds the monk that even the inarticulate fish in the sea can do the same. Sister Joan’s chapter on leisure and balance follows close on the heels of this discussion of pausing and listening. As Americans, we don’t do leisure very well. At the end of the chapter on Holy Leisure, Sister Joan writes
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Joan offers poignant reflections on 30 psalms, each . Joan, her prayers and reflections in Songs of the Heart are at once searing, challenging, and deeply moving.
Joan offers poignant reflections on 30 psalms, each offering a spiritual oasis away from the stresses of a world that demands more attention than the human soul can sometimes bear. Joan Chittister is a Benedictine nun, an author, a speaker, and international leader for peace and justice; she is a bold, clear voice that shows the way to God in all aspects of life, and particularly through prayer.
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