A Spiritual Quest in 2022

Note: There be a special announcement in this here post.

+JMJ+ My New Year’s resolution is to get it together. Physically and spiritually. I’ve had it with the way I am. I want to get some things done and I’m tired of messing around and getting nowhere. So for 2022 I’m going to learn to do this Catholic thing right and I’m inviting you to learn along with me.

Our first Catholic Book of the Month for the year 2022 will be Brant Pitre’s Introduction to the Spiritual Life: Walking the Path of Prayer with Jesus, and I think it will be an excellent guide to help us on our spiritual quest. That’s what this is, our spiritual quest. I hope you’ll join me. 

Here be that there special announcement. To kick things off, I’m going to give away a brand new copy of Dr. Pitre’s book. The winner can decide on a hardcover or Kindle edition, whichever one. Go to the Giveaway New Year 2022 page to enter and read more about it.

Video, A Powerful Introduction to the Spiritual Life: Matthew Leonard interviewed Dr. Brant Pitre about his latest book, Introduction to the Spiritual Life

Dr. Pitre is always a fun to listen to. I do like a speaker who can hold forth without notes, or, at least, not read from them anyway. He makes bad puns and awful jokes, always teaches me something I did not know, and I find him a joy to listen to. And watch, too. His enthusiasm is obvious and catching. (The only other word that came to mind was “infectious” so I guess that’s a sign of the times or that my vocabulary has shrunk, either one.)

Thanks for visiting the blog and reading. I pray that you and I will stay holy and virtuous, and help each other this Christmas season to become the SAINTS the Lord intended us to be. God bless you and may His Peace be always with you. +JMJ+ 

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“The Rosary is the ‘weapon’ for these times.” — Padre Pio


Notes and Links

  • Matthew Leonard interviewed Brant Pitre about his new book,  Introduction to the Spiritual Life: Walking the Path of Prayer with Jesus. Check out Matthew’s Science of Sainthood while you’re at it, too. Good stuff!
  • Brant Pitre’s book, Introduction to the Spiritual Life: Hardcover, Kindle. (Those are Amazon affiliate links, see Full Disclosure below.) Yes, that title does sound familiar, or, at least, it should. It’s an echo of the spiritual classic by St. Francis de Sales, Introduction to the Devout Life.
  • An audiobook from Audible is also available. (An Amazon affiliate link, seee below for more.)
  • Go to the Giveaway page to enter to win a copy of Dr. Pitre’s Introduction to the Spiritual Life, and to read more about the giveaway.

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Image in the banner, same one the cover of the book uses: The Road to Emmaus (or The Way to Emmaus), by Robert Zund, via Wikimedia Commons, public domain.

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