Mother Angelica's Private and Pithy Lessons from the Scriptures
By Raymond Arroyo
(Image, Hardcover, 9780385519861, 256pp.)
Publication Date: September 30, 2008
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The Word is made fresh by the irrepressible Mother Angelica as she personally escorts you through the Scriptures, unearthing lessons for daily living--the perfect companion to the New York Times bestselling Mother Angelica's Little Book of Life Lessons and Everyday Spirituality.
The founder of the world's largest religious media empire shares her beloved wit and down-to-earth spirituality in MOTHER ANGELICA'S PRIVATE AND PITHY LESSONS FROM THE SCRIPTURES. Editor Raymond Arroyo draws on hundreds of never-before-released private lessons to present the renowned nun's definitive take on the Good Book. Angelica provides readers with guided meditations, probing personal questions, and reveals an often-overlooked practical spirituality. She doesn't just explain the stories, she relates them to our daily lives, helping even those who've never opened the Bible experience its power and life-altering lessons. The apostles Paul ("the little shrimp"), Peter ("that great bungler") and all the characters of the Scriptures are suddenly human again, complete with their foibles and triumphs. Here is the Greatest Story, newly told as only Mother Angelica can. The Bible and you will never be the same.
A portion of the royalties from this book goes to support the work of Our Lady of the Angels Monastery
MOTHER ANGELICA is founder of Our Lady of the Angels Monastery and the Eternal Word Television Network, which reaches over 140 million cable households around the world. She lives in Hanceville, Alabama.
RAYMOND ARROYO, news director and lead anchor at EWTN, is the author of the New York Times bestselling biography Mother Angelica and the executive producer of the chart-topping The Birth of Christ and The Word of Promise. His writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and other publications. He resides in Northern Virginia.