Swimming with Scapulars
Loyola Press, 2010 - 288 страници
Meet Matthew Lickona, a thirty-something wine columnist, sometime cartoonist, avid moviegoer, fan of alternative rock, and wonderfully talented writer. He is also a devoutly religious young man ("I am a Roman Catholic, baptized as an infant and raised in the faith, a faith which holds the exemplary and redemptive suffering of Jesus Christ at its core." ) who fasts during Lent, leads his family in prayer every day, and wears a scapular--a medieval amulet said to protect the wearer from harm.
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A thirtysomething practicing Catholic, Lickona was raised in a conservative Catholic family and academic atmosphere. He attended Thomas Aquinas College, where he "encountered practices, beliefs and ... Прочетете пълната рецензия
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