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A Spiritual Retreat In Book Form

The book traces the Jungian idea of the archetype as manifested in different Christian saints and mystics over the centuries with exercises for personal reflection and transformation. Each chapter provides a brief overview of the particular figure and archetype, such as Catholic social worker and activist Dorothy Day as The Orphan, Mary as The Mother, and St. Francis as The Fool.

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FLEE, BE SILENT, AND PRAY, by Ed Cyzewski: A Book Review

Ed Cyzewski wrote Flee, Be Silent, Pray: An Anxious Evangelical Finds Peace with God Through Contemplative Prayer because of his belief that “contemplative prayer is open to all who wish to practice it and can bring great benefits in the search for God,” adding that “evangelicals such as myself may be in the greatest need of this quiet, restful practice that predates the canonization of the New Testament.”

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