Psalms

Psalms

A Spiritual Commentary : Meditations

Book - 2006
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Reflects on selected passages of Psalms, describing how the monastic tradition of regular reflection on the Psalms can help transform one's life into a powerful life of prayer.

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Let the Psalms help you forge a deeper connection to the Divine.

Showing how the Psalms give profound and candid expression to both our highest aspirations and our deepest pain, the late, highly respected Cistercian Abbot M. Basil Pennington shares his reflections on some of the most beloved passages from the Bible’s most widely read book. In this companion volume to The Song of Songs: A Spiritual Commentary, Pennington is once again joined by Jewish artist Phillip Ratner, whose evocative works will lead you into more meaningful contemplation of the inner spirit of the Psalms.

Pennington describes how the monastic tradition of regular reflection on the Psalms—a technique St. Benedict called the “work of God,” or Opus Dei—can help you transform your everyday life into a powerful life of prayer. Enriched by Jewish and Christian faith, the drawings and meditations speak to every person wanting both to connect with their most human longings and to forge a vital connection with the Divine.


Describes how the monastic tradition of regular reflection on the Psalms—a technique St. Benedict called the “work of God,” or Opus Dei—can help you transform your everyday life into a powerful life of prayer.

Publisher: Woodstock, Vt. : SkyLight Paths Pub., c2006
ISBN: 9781594731419
1594731411
Branch Call Number: 223.2 P384p
Characteristics: xiii, 149 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Ratner, Phillip

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