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A wonderful book worth reading slowly and meditatively.
Jim encourages us to see all of life as a journey to the Kingdom and to see every day as an opportunity to serve others and to grow into Christlikeness.
Jim Forest's book: "The Road to Emmaus" presents a highly readable, lively account of this one, somewhat curious, aspect of spiritual living.
I am reading this on camino de santiago. It is a beautiful spiritual guide for me as I walk across Spain. I highly recommend this for ALL since we are all on pilgrimage peace. Fr. Read morePublished 2 months ago by frank J. latzko
While describing pilgrim roads and places, I most appreciate his describing how pilgrim faith occurs in life every day. Pilgrimage happens when we may not be looking. Read morePublished 5 months ago by R. Page Shelton
I rated this book a 4 vice 5 because although the message of journey or pilgrimage was what I was hoping to read I would have placed The Road to Emmaus chapter at the front and... Read morePublished 10 months ago by gatorn2
A friend had read this and referred me to it - wonderful. Referred book to students of mine and my sisterPublished 21 months ago by Diolinda B. Abilheira
This is an excellent book that is a longer, slower read than I had expected. Well written and timely material.Published 23 months ago by David Zensky
In the Christian tradition, it is reported that after the death and resurrection of Jesus, the apostles were stunned and in shock; how could someone they love be crucified and left... Read morePublished on July 31, 2011 by My Inheritance
I went to hear Jim Forest speak on the friendship (mostly through letters) between Thomas Merton and Dorothy Day at a local church and picked up this title mainly because if its... Read morePublished on July 11, 2011 by Paul E. Morse