Monastic Vocation

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Rowan Williams, Sisters of the Love of God

ISBN: 978-0-7283-0308-9

LENGTH: 84 pages

Fairacres Publications 200

2021

We truly follow a Christian vocation when we hear the call of God in our lives and obey it. This can be a profoundly troubling decision to make, particularly in our largely secular society. In essays written by those living their vocations, this book describes aspects of modern contemplative monastic life, and examines questions that might be asked when considering whether to “surrender the social life” and follow God’s call.

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We truly follow a Christian vocation when we hear the call of God in our lives and obey it. This can be a profoundly troubling decision to make, particularly in our largely secular society. In essays written by those living their vocations, this book describes aspects of modern contemplative monastic life, and examines questions that might be asked when considering whether to “surrender the social life” and follow God’s call.

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ISBN

978-0-7283-0308-9

Length

84 pages

Book Size

140 x 210 mm

Author

Sisters of the Love of God, Rowan Williams

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Author Bio

Rowan Williams, born in 1950 and ordained priest in 1978. He was the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, prior to which he was Bishop of Monmouth and Archbishop of Wales. He was Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity in the University of Oxford from 1986 to 1991. He is a noted theologian and poet and the author of more than fifty books.

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The Sisters of the Love of God is an Anglican community living a contemplative life of prayer for the church and for the world. This spiritual work is supported by their Rule and lifelong vows of poverty, chastity and obedience which continually turn them towards the Love of God as we find it in Jesus.

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