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Finding Christ in the World : A Twelve Week Ignatian Retreat in Everyday Life

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Author:
Joseph A. Tetlow, S.J., and Carol Atwell Ackels
Binding:
Spiral bound paper
Publication Date:
2017
Pages:
250 pages
ISBN:
9781880810824

Product Overview

Finding Christ in the World invites the reader to “let God show you where and how He concretely breaks into your life.” A 12–week prayer experience framed by the Spiritual Exercises, the book is of particular help to faith communities such as Bible study and prayer groups. But individuals can also use it as a means of prayer. The instructions for retreat invite a “conversion of heart from a tight focus on one’s self to a graced focus on God–with–us.” The book includes questions and prompts for reflection (for example, “When I think about God listening to me, I want to tell him…”), and guidelines for reviewing each week of prayer. We have improved the 2017 edition with curl-resistant front and back covers.

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  • 4
    12 weeks in Manresa-finding God in daily life

    Posted by Patricia H Roth on Sep 8th 2021

    This book so far is accompanying our small group retreat-it provides excellent structure for us and has an accessible, non-pedantic quality that I like. Thanks!

  • 5
    Into my first week and I find it laid out well. Information easy to follow and like the questions and directions that help in your reflection Well done

    Posted by Catherine Gould on Jun 25th 2021

    Looking at this as something to offer a parish as a short retreat or to our Discipleship groups. Will be easy to pull the information a week at a time

  • 5
    FINDING CHRIST IN THE WORLD Tetlow and Ackels

    Posted by Rick Malloy, S.J. on Jun 24th 2021

    This is a wonderful resource and tool for praying through and sharing Ignatian Spirituality. Very versatile. One can go at one's own speed. Or work through it with a group. Best of all are the numerous, concrete helps to aid folks new to deep reflection on our lives as means to encounter God. We pray to God and the word God speaks to us is our life. FINDING CHRIST IN THE WORLD helps us realize and relish how God is with us day in and day out in the events of our lives.

  • 5
    12 week retreat

    Posted by Susan Carabajal on Jun 23rd 2021

    I love it. It is clear and well laid out and easy to follow.

  • 5
    Spiritiual Exercises

    Posted by Elia Cuomo on Jun 23rd 2021

    I found this workbook to be a very helpful source for doing the Retreat in Daily Life. The book follows an abridged version of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius providing Scripture readings, questions based on the readings for reflection and space for personal journaling. I found the material very inspiring and challenging. As I have done the 19th Annotation before I was able to compare and found that the book was just as effective In relaying Ignatius message. But more than that it brought Jesus alive in me.

  • 5
    Finding Christ in the World

    Posted by Margaret Arbushites on Apr 12th 2021

    Found the author’s writing to be engaging and thought provoking along with reverently entertaining! Praying daily using this book helped me mature!

  • 5
    Finding Christ in the World

    Posted by John Hinkle on Apr 1st 2021

    Easy to follow and deep in content. The twelve week exercise was transforming in my walk with God.

  • 5
    Finding Christ Workbook

    Posted by Susan on Feb 9th 2021

    This book was beautifully written, is very well organized, and provides wonderful insights and powerful meditations to accompany the various readings. I will undoubtedly revisit this workbook after this retreat ends.

  • 5
    Excellent Resource

    Posted by Fr. Gary Menard, SJ on Feb 1st 2021

    At Rockhurst High School, we use this workbook to share the Spiritual Exercises and Ignatian Prayer with faculty and staff. Folks really like the self-contained format (including daily scripture passages, reflection questions, and space for journaling).