Light Breaks Forth: the Cafod Lent Book Paperback
Reflections on the Scripture Readings for Lent 2012
by Brendan Walsh;
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Light Breaks Forth: the Cafod Lent Book
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Light Breaks Forth: the Cafod Lent Book by Brendan Walsh was published by Darton Longman & Todd in December 2011 and is our 40377th best seller. The ISBN for Light Breaks Forth: the Cafod Lent Book is 9780232528688.
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Light Breaks ForthPaul Scott, via The Good Book Stall
This is a little book of daily reflections, each on a verse taken from one of the Common Lectionary readings throughout Lent and Easter Sunday. CAFOD have followed the same pattern for almost a decade. Each week is taken by a different contributor, all of them people of considerable eminence. Each double page spread is one day. The print is clear and the format attractive.
The verse for consideration is given in full – no need to hunt for a Bible unless you want to see the context. This is followed by the reflection which can be read in a couple of minutes. There is then a single sentence ‘Thought for the Day’ which crystallises the theme, and a very short prayer. This approach means that the theme can be carried by the reader through the day, be mulled over during quiet moments, be prayed round wherever you happen to be.
The quality of the reflections is impressive and usually open ended so that further thought is encouraged. They exude that sense of holy prompting which Lent can so easily bypass in the rush to prepare course sessions or services. And of course, it can be used with considerable benefit at any time. I would strongly encourage that.
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Details for Light Breaks Forth: the Cafod Lent Book
|Page last updated||18th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Brendan Walsh|
|Publisher||Darton Longman & Todd (December 2011)|
|Number of Pages||112|