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That Nothing May Be Lost: Reflections on Catholic Doctrine and Devotion Paperback – March 25, 2017
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"As I read my friend Fr. Paul's moving and rich reflections on various feast days, an image from my childhood returned. It is of a Corpus Christi procession through the French Quarter around St. Louis Cathedral. Once again that eternal clash of the sacred and the profane that the rest of the world tries to ignore or deny is made manifest. This is what feast days are all about: dedicated times for us to stop and experience the deeper spiritual reality beyond the blur of our chaotic lives." --Raymond Arroyo, from the Introduction to Chapter IX, Feasts: The Pattern and Rhythm of the Christian Life
About the Author
Father Paul Scalia is a native of Virginia and grew up in the Diocese of Arlington. He attended the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. He studied theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University and the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome. Ordained in 1996, Fr. Scalia was appointed the Bishop's Delegate for Clergy in 2012. He has written for various publications, served as a frequent contributor to the Arlington Catholic Herald and Encourage and Teach, the diocesan blog.
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I preordered Fr. Scalia's book and received and read it during lent. I read it in four days and then re-read chapters that urged me to rethink my relationship with God, Jesus, and the Catholic Church. I found the book to be a beautiful….reflective…lesson in faith, love, family. This book is heartfelt and from the soul. Beautifully written. I thought of my recently departed mom as I read this book and her unwavering love of the church and of God and how happy I am that she raised me as a Catholic and kept God in our house always. I highly recommend this book to not only Catholics but also to those who need to be uplifted or maybe just need their faith renewed as well as the nonbelievers who may one day….hopefully… believe in Him….thank you for this beautiful book Fr. Scalia…..JSP