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Uncommon Gratitude

Alleluia for All That Is
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This series of reflections reveals the importance of gratitude in helping us see beyond the immediate to a broader and deeper reality. The discovery of this perpetual alleluia will help you discover what you are, become who you are, and grow with gratitude into the unknown.

©2010 Order of Saint Benedict (P)2011 St. Anthony Messenger Press

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"One finishes this book with renewed gratitude--for faith and doubt, for all that is, for two wise spiritual teachers who remind us that God is present not just in the peak experiences but in the hidden depths of our everyday life." (Robert Ellsberg, author of The Saints' Guide to Happiness)

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Thoroughly enjoyed it, heartfelt and deeply Moving

Loved it, highly recommended. She has an amazing gift and voice that delivers exactly what needs to be heard.

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  • 29-06-19

Spiritual platform for left-wing ideology

I purchased this book expecting deep spiritual teaching on the rarely written topic of gratitude to our wonderful Father.Unfortunately Joan chittisters constant references to political issues was very unpleasant. These issues have their place in other books. Drawing deep spirituality down to the political level does nothing good for these teachings. It keeps them on a surface level. Bishop Rowan on the other hand spoke deeply and on issue,With great wisdom. Unfortunately he only has a few sermons in this book. If you Joan,hated President Bush so much and the slight Marxist themes alluded to as well as other Progressive Notions ,not directly referred to but covertly referred to,perhaps it would have been more honest and less arrogant to elude that these are Gods views on these matters rather than your own ., presenting these thoughts in a more appropriate book on politics or culture would have been less manipulative. There are so few books well written on gratitude to God. I had high hopes of enjoying this listen. Shame on you Joan Chittister.

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