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Salt and Light: Church, Disability, and the Blessing of Welcome for All Paperback – September 4, 2018

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Maureen has done a great service for everyone in the Catholic community concerned with respecting the dignity of each person, appreciating their gifts, and creating parish communities of welcome and joy. The personal experiences of disability that she shares, along with her insights and practical suggestions, make this a book that needs to be read by every pastor and lay leader.

Janice L. Benton, Executive Director, National Catholic Partnership on Disability



Salt and Light is a must-read book for anyone involved in parish life and leadership. Maureen Pratt’s compelling conversational style, honest insights from first-hand experience, and practical applications gleaned from our rich Catholic theology and tradition move us forward to a deeper understanding of church and disability. By chronicling personal experience and significant advancements in culture and within the church, Salt and Light serves as a beacon of hope for persons with disabilities and all those who accompany them.

Sr. Kathleen Schipani, IHM, Director, Office for Persons with Disability, Archdiocese of Philadelphia



Maureen provides practical advice on how to accomplish an “All Are Welcome” attitude, which is vital to the ongoing health of the Catholic Church. This book is a must-read for parish priests, parochial principals, and persons who love and support those with special needs. Together and informed, we can make a difference.

Jeanne and Blair Loftis, Founders, Inclusive Catholic Education of Oregon, Inc.



This is a deeply inspirational book! Those of us who work in this field often lose sight of just how far we have already come, and we become burdened by how much farther we need to go. Maureen has lifted that veil with Salt and Light to encourage and inspire all who seek full and valued participation for persons with disabilities. She is my hero! Salt and Light is a must-read for all who seek to include all the people of God in the church.

Mary O’Meara, Executive Director, Archdiocese of Washington Department of Special Needs

About the Author

For more than 20 years, Maureen Pratt has lived, studied, and written in the areas where faith, disability, and chronic pain and illness meet. A popular speaker and workshop leader, her eight books, including Peace in the Storm: Meditations on Chronic Pain and Illness and Beyond Pain: Job, Jesus, and Joy, are used by chaplains, medical professionals, patients, and caregivers throughout the world.

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