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The Catholic Journal Meditation & Mental Prayer guides you through the spiritual journey along the well worn path of the great saints. St Teresa of Avila, St John of the Cross, St Frances de Sales and St Ignatius Loyola. The journal both teaches and allows you to practice meditation, contemplation and mental prayer. . There is plenty of space to write about your important experiences with the loving presence of God who dwells in the deepest recesses of your heart. This Journal will become your morning companion as you document your journey of spiritual awareness of the state of your soul. As…mehr

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The Catholic Journal Meditation & Mental Prayer guides you through the spiritual journey along the well worn path of the great saints. St Teresa of Avila, St John of the Cross, St Frances de Sales and St Ignatius Loyola. The journal both teaches and allows you to practice meditation, contemplation and mental prayer. . There is plenty of space to write about your important experiences with the loving presence of God who dwells in the deepest recesses of your heart. This Journal will become your morning companion as you document your journey of spiritual awareness of the state of your soul. As God's light enthrals you, often promises and resolutions are made and easily forgotten. Your Journal will provide a lasting record that will be invaluable to you each day and even in years to come. Catholics are warned by the saints that without meditation and mental prayer our lives are barren. To gain that living life of God in our soul we must practice mental prayer and your Catholic Journal will keep you on track with its guided meditations and encouragement. The journal features :*. 6 x 9 book size with plenty of space to write. *. Lined pages for writing on. *. 200 pages. *. A layout that dedicates two pages to each meditation. *. A Page for you to use as your own table of contents .Meditation & Mental Prayer. Following Christ to Calvary