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Pocket Prayers for Pilgrims

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ISBN-13: 9780715142387
Published: 30/06/2011
Product description
To go on pilgrimage is to set out on a journey that may take us to unexpected places. Away from home and without our usual defences, we become more open and receptive to God. Whether we go on a physical journey or see our whole life as a pilgrimage, this collection of prayers and reflections on the theme of pilgrimage will enrich our walk with God, encourage us when the going gets tough, and renew our vision for everyday living as God's people. Compiled by John Pritchard, Bishop of Oxford and one of the UK's most popular authors on the subject of prayer, this little book deserves a place in every pilgrim's pocket.
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'... each one [is] chosen to help you see life as a journey towards God. Covering all the joys and challenges of the pilgrim road, here are prayers for new experiences, companionship, exhaustion, disillusionment, renewal, arrival, discovery and returning home.' 201105

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John Pritchard

John Pritchard has recently retired as Bishop of Oxford. Prior to that he has been Bishop of Jarrow, Archdeacon of Canterbury and Warden of Cranmer Hall, Durham. His only ambition was to be a vicar, which he was in Taunton for eight happy years. John is the author of a number of popular books including How to Pray, The Intercessions Handbook, The Life and Work of a Priest and Living Jesus (all published by SPCK).

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