The Lost Art of Walking on Water: Reimagining the

The Lost Art of Walking on Water: Reimagining the

The Lost Art of Walking on Water: Reimagining the Priesthood ❮Download❯ ➼ The Lost Art of Walking on Water: Reimagining the Priesthood Author Michael Heher – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk With bursting congregations, shrinking ranks and a priest sexual abuse scandal in the headlines, no group seems beleaguered of late than Roman Catholic priests This book of essays by a priest is candi With bursting Art of ePUB ☆ congregations, shrinking ranks and a priest sexual abuse scandal in the headlines, no group seems beleaguered of late than Roman Catholic priests This book of essays by a priest is candid, thoughtful, honest, sometimes funny and filled with hope and practical suggestions for parish priests today Facing such challenges as prayer, obedience, celibacy, depression and church leadership, he The Lost PDF \ offers a call to greater transparency and trusting faith Even turbulent times are graced Father Heher believes priests can do than survive this difficult time they have the capacity to grow resilient, relaxed, effective and loving Highlights there are many books about priests but few to priests themselves by one of their own engagingly written insightful reading for lay people.


10 thoughts on “The Lost Art of Walking on Water: Reimagining the Priesthood

  1. Jenn Jenn says:

    I loved this book It gave a very honest and realistic portrait of the day to day life of the priest, beyond the outward appearances, and outlined some of the common struggles and pitfalls of that vocation.As a lay woman, it gave me an insight into their life and led me to have an increased sense of empathy toward my priests and a renewed desire to support them however I can, especially with my daily prayers.Not only does Fr Heher outline some common pitfalls, but he also makes some great sugge I loved this book It gave a very honest and realistic portrait of the day to day life of the priest, beyond the outward appearances, and outlined some of the common struggles and pitfalls of that vocation.As a lay woman, it gave me an insight into their life and led me to have an increased sense of empathy toward my priests and a renewed desire to support them however I can, especially with my daily prayers.Not only does Fr Heher outline some common pitfalls, but he also makes some great suggestions for overcoming these or even just to recognize them in the first place to his brother priests.I would definitely recommend this book to any priest I know, and also to anyone with a heart for our shepherds


  2. Robert Robert says:

    Highlights some of the issues of priesthood for a contemporary U.S diocesan priest The chapter on Near Enemies was the most interesting to me His perspective is an interesting one but not one I share.


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