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Through the Year With Mary: 365 Reflections Paperback – November 1, 2010
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For each day, there is a quote from another source, such as John Paul II, several saints and many notable Catholic authors. The quotes, most of which are very inspiring or thought provoking, are followed by a brief reflection added by Karen Edmisten. Her reflections will lead you towards a deeper insight of the wisdom contained in the quotes from which they proceed. This beautiful collection of thoughts on Our Lady will serve to inspire and deepen your relationship with Mary and Jesus.
The reflections contained in this book are deep enough that you could easily ponder them over the course of a day. Of course, if you haven't much time, you could just as easily take a few minutes a day to reflect on them and still grow stronger in your relationship with Mary.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who loves Mary and would like a book with daily reflections about her. This book is surely bound to become a treasured favorite of mine.
I was provided with a review copy of this book by the publisher, Servant Books.
More than once, I found myself texting quotes to friends who needed them and I also found myself moved by the divine touch I felt on my soul as I read through this book. Edmisten found quotes that speak to everyone where they are and that make Mary a close confidante and a comrade-in-arms. Rather than shock her reader with the glory of Mary, she presents the beauty of the down-to-earth, the fact of the living, breathing woman, and the feel of arms embracing you as you read.
I've long admired Edmisten's writing for its humor and wit, but with this book, she stretches her reader by planting the seeds of devotion to Mary. Rather than extol Mary's virtues and make an impossibly long list of what we should all do, she expertly weaves others' words together with a touch of her own insight.
The final product, you'll find, is a beautiful compilation and a lovely read, whether you savor it through the year or devour it all at once and come back to it again and again.
She allowed herself yo become the One to bring us God and Man Uniting Heaven and Earth!