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The New Wine of Dominican Spirituality: A Drink Called Happiness

In this book, it is revealed that if one adopts the Dominican way of life, Joy is imminent... (unless you are a melancholic doormat like I am)

anyhoo, it's been a good read so far:

http://www.amazon.com/New-Wine-Dominican-Spirituality-Happiness/dp/0860124177

...been reading it with my Dom Sisters! :love: :woot:

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MessorCarus
[quote name='dominicansoul' timestamp='1294588593' post='2198135']
The New Wine of Dominican Spirituality: A Drink Called Happiness

In this book, it is revealed that if one adopts the Dominican way of life, Joy is imminent... (unless you are a melancholic doormat like I am)

anyhoo, it's been a good read so far:

[url="http://www.amazon.com/New-Wine-Dominican-Spirituality-Happiness/dp/0860124177"]http://www.amazon.co...s/dp/0860124177[/url]

...been reading it with my Dom Sisters! :love: :woot:
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I so want to read this book! :love:

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AudreyGrace
Summa Theologica - St. Thomas Aquinas

filled with "aha!" moments.
along with "say what?" moments.
but I'm getting along and thoroughly enjoying it.

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[quote name='Amy G.' timestamp='1294783272' post='2199094']
Gallagher, The Discernment of Spirits

Mother Catherine Thomas, My Beloved

Merton, Seven Storey Mountain

great books!! :like:
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My copy of "My Beloved" is on its way to our doorstep.

I've scanned Seven Storey Mountain, but I have read other works of Thomas Merton like The Sign of Jonah and The Waters of Siloe.

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Papist
[font="Arial"][size="3"]Be a Man! by Fr. Larry Richards[/size][/font]

[font="Arial"][size="3"]Why I Became a Catholic: A Timeless Conversion Story by Sir Joseph Pope[/size][/font] Edited by Papist

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Catherine Therese
[i]Saints and Sinners: A History of the Popes[/i] by Eamon Duffy.

Not at all dry... in fact some of the Renaissance Popes section is quite raucously funny.

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