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by Gerard W. Hughes
Gerard Hughes wrote this book in 1985, for "disillusioned Christians, who have a love-hate relationship with the Church to which they belong, or once belonged.
Gerard Hughes wrote this book in 1985, for "disillusioned Christians, who have a love-hate relationship with the Church to which they belong, or once belonged. To do this, Hughes, a Jesuit priest draws on Ignatian spirituality.
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Gerard "Gerry" William Hughes, . 22 March 1924 – 4 November 2014) was a Scottish Jesuit priest and spiritual writer who served as the Chaplain of University of Glasgow from 1967 to 1975.
God of Surprises (Paperback). Gerard W. Hughes (author). of Surprises is one of the great books of spiritual guidance. A lovely, wise and lucid book of deep humanity. Above all, it is a useful book - a book to be used by those who find it hard to forgive themselves: the stumblers and agnostics who hardly dare believe that God is within them. - Gerald Priestland & to read God of Surprises is to misuse it and miss much of its value. It is a book to use, working through it and at it again and again.
of Surprises is one of the great books of spiritual guidance. About Gerard W. Hughes. He lived in Oxford and worked ecumenically on spirituality throughout the world, introducing retreats in daily life and offering training courses to enable lay people to accompany other lay people in prayer and in retreat-giving.
Gerard Hughes's popularity lies in the fact that he always writes directly for the individual struggling with issues of. .Библиографические данные.
Gerard Hughes's popularity lies in the fact that he always writes directly for the individual struggling with issues of faith and life and gets right to the heart of spiritual needs and concerns. His best-seller GOD OF SURPRISES published nearly 20 years ago has sold nearly a quarter of a million copies. GOD IN ALL THINGS is a follow up to that book written for a different world and a different spiritual climate. This is a guidebook for the inner journey.
Gerard W Hughes obituary. For many readers, the book became a spiritual lifeline that kept them within the church at a time when they were thinking of leaving. Jesuit priest and writer whose God of Surprises persuaded many to stay within the church. Key to his appeal was that he neither preached perfection nor held himself up as anything special. He was, in his own words, one of the many bewildered, confused or disillusioned Christians who have a love-hate relationship with the church to which they belong, or once belonged.
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