Reflections on St. Francis - John Michael Talbot - Books - Liturgical Press - 9780814633021 - November 1, 2009
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Reflections on St. Francis

John Michael Talbot

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Reflections on St. Francis

John Michael Talbot's Reflections on St. Francis offers readers an accessible entrance into the Rule and Testament of St. Francis of Assisi. Talbot's reflections shed light on Francis as a saint, a founder, and a reformer. Drawing on his own experience as the founder of The Brothers and Sisters of Charity at Little Portion Hermitage, an integrated monastic community of celibates, singles, and families, Talbot provides unique observations on how Francis's life and the Franciscan tradition can be a source of inspiration for those of al states of life even today.

These meditations allow readers to contemplate the ways in which prayer, community, and simplicity can be integrated into their own lives while also giving readers Talbot's distinct interpretation of Francis's work.

See more of John Michael Talbot's work at www.johnmichaltalbot.com

John Michael Talbot was born in Oklahoma City in 1954 and grew up in Indianapolis. He moved to Arkansas and founded The Brothers and Sisters of Charity at Little Portion Hermitage in 1982, which he still serves as Minister General. He was a founding artist of Sparrow records in 1976. After a successful career with Sparrow, in 1992 John Michael founded his own record label, Troubadour for the Lord, and is now recognized as Catholic music's most popular artist. He has been married to Viola Talbot since 1989 and leads an active concert and teaching ministry from his home at Little Portion Hermitage Monastery.

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Media Books     Paperback Book   (Book with soft cover and glued back)
Released November 1, 2009
ISBN13 9780814633021
Publishers Liturgical Press
Pages 152
Dimensions 140 × 210 × 10 mm   ·   176 g
Language English  

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