The Messy Quest for Meaning Paperback
Five Catholic Practices for Finding Your Vocation
by Stephen Martin;
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The Messy Quest for Meaning
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The Messy Quest for Meaning by Stephen Martin was published by Ave Maria Press in May 2012. The ISBN for The Messy Quest for Meaning is 9781933495323.
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The Messy Quest For MeaningAlexandra Irvine, via The Good Book Stall
The first part of this book is largely biographical and tells of a young man’s search for something that will give a satsfactory meaning to his life; in other words, a vocation. After many vicissitudes, including a strange, stress-related illness, he emerges into a way of life that helps him to find that vocation. He then seeks to share with his readers some of the means by which he achieved this goal. These include a look at the lives of some famous people who found their true vocations and followed them wholeheartedly, and his study of the writings of Thomas Merton and of the ordered and focused lifestyle of Trappist monks. Finally, he writes of the importance of his return to the practice of the religion in which he was brought up - Catholicism. As the search for meaning seems to be central to the human condition, the reading of this book could provide some helpful guidelines, while at the same time giving us an interesting and often amusing account of someone else’s life and struggles.
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|Page last updated||14th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Stephen Martin|
|Publisher||Ave Maria Press (May 2012)|
|Number of Pages||194|