Seasons of Grace, Reflections on the Orthodox Church Year
|Conciliar Press (2002)|
|1 copy available|
There is enormous tension between entering fully into the Church Year and the pressures of society. We sometimes find ourselves walking a tight rope between what we think is the ideal of a holy life and the demands of our post-modern world.The beauty of the Church seasons is that they teach us how to balance our life. The Christian life is a whole life, an expansive life, a life in Christ, who gives Himself for the life of the world.This collection is author Donna Farley's own view from the tightrope. These short yet thoughtful reflections, written in an insightful and sometimes humorous style, will help weave together the great feasts into the fabric of our lives.
About the Author
Donna Farley is a priest's wife, mother, and prolific writer. She lives in Surrey, B.C. She is a published poet, science fiction writer, and columnist for The Handmaiden, a quarterly women's magazine.