A beloved spiritual writer offers astonishing epiphanies, opening our eyes to a God who shines everywhere, especially in the ordinary events of our lives. More than 125 of them explore the living world, looking inside ourselves and others purely in the context of a loving God.
""This is an invitation,"" Morneau writes, ""to take a walk in the woods, to sit at table in leisurely conversation, to listen to a fellow pilgrim seeking a sunbeam of Gods grace. Who knows: doing so may eventually lead to a consistent realization that there lives the dearest freshness deep down things! (Gerard Manley Hopkins).""
Robert Morneau is auxiliary bishop and vicar general of the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin. A popular speaker nationwide, he is the author of 42 books, with total sales in the hundreds of thousands. They include three from Orbis: The Color of Gratitude (2009), A New Heart (2008) and Reconciliation (2007) as well as Not by Bread Alone: Daily Reflections for Lent 2011 (Liturgical Press, 2010).