Calm the Soul Hardback
Meditations and Prayers for Everyday Life
by Poor Clares Galway;
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Calm the Soul
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It is having our whole being in harmony with God's plan for us. We will never achieve true happiness if we continue to search for it outside the very source of love, which we know is God Himself.' Calm the Soul, Introduction
Calm the Soul by Poor Clares Galway was published by Hachette Books Ireland in October 2012 and is our 43334th best seller. The ISBN for Calm the Soul is 9781444743760.
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Calm the SoulMelanie Carroll, via The Good Book Stall
This is an incredibly beautiful book, lovely in its outlook, style and presence from dust cover to interior print and to the words and heart of the works on the page. The beautiful little illustrations and a repeating bindweed flower motif throughout just add to its gentle spirit.
A perfect gift book for a Catholic woman, though to be fair there are many not Catholic who would likely enjoy it just as much – think Women's Institute or Mothers Union and you are aiming at the right general market.
A lovely blend of prayers, backgrounds and insights abound in the book, many based around references to Ireland and St Clare, but these are gentle and indeed the book as a whole is calming in tone and style.
Covering Lectio Divina as well as prayers, it is a treasure and some of the prayers are not what you would expect as they cover a range of topical subjects as well as the traditional, for instance the "Prayer for People with Suicidal Thoughts" and "The Grace of Work and Dealing with Unemployment" are just two of the very excellent resources in this book.
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Details for Calm the Soul
|Author / Artist||Poor Clares Galway|
|Publisher||Hachette Books Ireland (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||240|
|Page last updated||7th November 2017|