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In Conversation with God – Volume 2 Part 1: Lent and Holy Week consists of 46 meditations. It is part of the series which offers a meditation for each day of the year: ISBN 978-0-906138-86-1 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 2 Part 2: Eastertide consisting of 50 meditations, is a companion volume. ISBN 978-0-906138-87-8 (Kindle) The complete work of In Conversation In Conversation with God – Volume 2 Part 1: Lent and Holy Week consists of 46 meditations. It is part of the series which offers a meditation for each day of the year: ISBN 978-0-906138-86-1 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 2 Part 2: Eastertide consisting of 50 meditations, is a companion volume. ISBN 978-0-906138-87-8 (Kindle) The complete work of In Conversation with God has more than 450 meditations for every day of the year. These meditations deal with the main topics of Christian doctrine and life. Author Francis Fernandez makes generous use of the writings of the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, the Fathers and the great saints, as he brings you focused and moving meditations on themes taken from the Mass readings for that day, the liturgical season, and more. This work is rich and extensive enough to serve as your spiritual reading and for a meditative prayer, as it helps you relate the particulars of the message of Christ to the ordinary circumstances of your day. In Conversation with God – Volume 1 Part 1: Advent consists of 29 meditations for the whole of Advent and ends on Christmas Eve: ISBN 978-0-906138-84-7 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 1 Part 2: Christmas and Epiphany consists of 22 meditations for the whole of Christmastide, up to and including the feast of the Baptism of the Lord, the First Sunday of Ordinary Time: ISBN 978-0-906138-85-4 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 6 Part 1: Special Feasts: January – March consists of 29 meditations for the months of January, February and March: ISBN 978-0-906138-51-9 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 6 Part 2: Special Feasts: April – June consists of 29 meditations for the months of April, May and June: ISBN 978-0-906138-68-7 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 7 Part 1: Special Feasts: July - September consists of 29 meditations: ISBN 978-0-906138-63-2 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 7 Part 2: Special Feasts: October – December consists of 26 meditations: ISBN 978-0-906138-72-4 (Kindle)


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In Conversation with God – Volume 2 Part 1: Lent and Holy Week consists of 46 meditations. It is part of the series which offers a meditation for each day of the year: ISBN 978-0-906138-86-1 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 2 Part 2: Eastertide consisting of 50 meditations, is a companion volume. ISBN 978-0-906138-87-8 (Kindle) The complete work of In Conversation In Conversation with God – Volume 2 Part 1: Lent and Holy Week consists of 46 meditations. It is part of the series which offers a meditation for each day of the year: ISBN 978-0-906138-86-1 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 2 Part 2: Eastertide consisting of 50 meditations, is a companion volume. ISBN 978-0-906138-87-8 (Kindle) The complete work of In Conversation with God has more than 450 meditations for every day of the year. These meditations deal with the main topics of Christian doctrine and life. Author Francis Fernandez makes generous use of the writings of the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, the Fathers and the great saints, as he brings you focused and moving meditations on themes taken from the Mass readings for that day, the liturgical season, and more. This work is rich and extensive enough to serve as your spiritual reading and for a meditative prayer, as it helps you relate the particulars of the message of Christ to the ordinary circumstances of your day. In Conversation with God – Volume 1 Part 1: Advent consists of 29 meditations for the whole of Advent and ends on Christmas Eve: ISBN 978-0-906138-84-7 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 1 Part 2: Christmas and Epiphany consists of 22 meditations for the whole of Christmastide, up to and including the feast of the Baptism of the Lord, the First Sunday of Ordinary Time: ISBN 978-0-906138-85-4 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 6 Part 1: Special Feasts: January – March consists of 29 meditations for the months of January, February and March: ISBN 978-0-906138-51-9 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 6 Part 2: Special Feasts: April – June consists of 29 meditations for the months of April, May and June: ISBN 978-0-906138-68-7 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 7 Part 1: Special Feasts: July - September consists of 29 meditations: ISBN 978-0-906138-63-2 (Kindle) In Conversation with God – Volume 7 Part 2: Special Feasts: October – December consists of 26 meditations: ISBN 978-0-906138-72-4 (Kindle)

30 review for In Conversation with God - Volume 2 Part 1: Lent & Holy Week

  1. 5 out of 5

    Steven R. McEvoy

    It has been four years since I have purchased this volume, and I have now read this edition four times. There are three editions of these book available in English. The original vinyl bound. The Kindle Editions that split each volume (based on Kindle max file size at the time they were released.) And New Single volume eBook editions. I have owned a few copies of the vinyl, but now I love these Kindle editions. I have been reading this series for 30 years now. Since they first started being avail It has been four years since I have purchased this volume, and I have now read this edition four times. There are three editions of these book available in English. The original vinyl bound. The Kindle Editions that split each volume (based on Kindle max file size at the time they were released.) And New Single volume eBook editions. I have owned a few copies of the vinyl, but now I love these Kindle editions. I have been reading this series for 30 years now. Since they first started being available in English. At first, I bought them in the individual vinyl covered editions. And later replaced them with the boxset, twice. And then once the eBooks were available, I grabbed them up, and after 2 years of using the eBooks I gave my physical copy to a local schoolteacher to use in his high school class. I love these books and have read them around 15 times over years. I love these newer eBook editions. I have said it before, and will say it again, but there are a few features I love about the eBook versions that I want to highlight. First as a reader you can highlight and make notes easily in the digital editions. You can also pick colors and change your highlighting from year to year. But the best feature of the Kindle version is you can export your highlights and notes and start fresh. I also like having all the volumes on me at all times. I can use them to look something up, using the Subject index or index of quotations to look something up in any volume. I also love that in eBooks you can change the page color, the font, and even font size to make reading better suited to your personally with my dual form of dyslexia. When these books were originally released in English this was the first half of the second volume. Lent is such an important time in in our life and in the church year. If you only pick up one of these books make it this one! Each volume in this series each reading in this book is about 6 pages long. Each Day is broken into three sections. And there are 46 reflections I this volume that go from Ash Wednesday until Holy Saturday. There are numerous references. But I want to give you a sample of the highlights I made in this volume this year. This year when I read it, I highlighted 42 passages. “We must love God with our whole heart and soul, and flee from any deliberate sin in our lives. Each of us must do this whatever his personal circumstances may be as regards work, health, family, age and so on.” “Now is the time when this beginning again in Christ is going to be sustained by a special grace from God, proper to the liturgical season that has just started. That is why the Lenten message is replete with joy and hope, even though it is a message of penance and mortification.” “One of the clearest symptoms of lukewarmness having entered into a soul is precisely such an abandoning of the Cross, a contempt for little mortifications, a scorning of anything that in some way involves sacrifice and self-denial.” “We need penance for our life as Christians in order to make reparation for so many sins of our own and of others.” “These are: mortification of the imagination – avoiding that interior monologue in which fantasy runs wild, by trying to turn it into a dialogue with God, present in our soul in grace.” “The best way we have of showing that we want to replace the non serviam of the devil with our personal Serviam: I will serve you, Lord, is by making a special effort this Lent to improve in our faithfulness to what we know God wants of us.” “There are countless good things that God wants us to ask him for, so that he can give them to us, material and spiritual goods, all of them ordered to our salvation and that of our neighbour.” “If other people have witnessed our bad temper or our lack of love or our laziness, or other sins of ours, it should not matter to us if they know and see that we are making reparation for those weaknesses.” “A Christian’s life can be filled with this penance that God sees. It could be the offering up of an illness or just tiredness; giving way and surrendering our own opinion; putting everything into our work, which we do well and finish off for love of God, imposing order on our effects and personal things ...” “During these forty days of preparation for Easter the Church reminds us in many different ways that God expects much more of us – He expects a serious determination on our part to struggle for holiness.” Across the 7 Volumes in this series; or 14 eBook volumes because each book is split in two there are over 450 meditations. There is a meditation for each day of the church calendar, Advent, Christmas, Ordinary Time, Lent, Eastertide and of course the 34 weeks of Ordinary time. There are also 2 volumes dedicated to special feats, specific feats, novenas, Saints, and holy days that fall on specific calendar days. These books are incredible food for your spiritual life. Every time I read them, every day I am challenged, challenged to become a better version of myself, challenged to live more joy, more hope, more dedication. These books will change your life, and as you read them again and again you will only grow to appreciate them more. I had planned on reviewing each of the eBook editions as I read them but have fallen behind. This is my fourth time reading this volume as an eBook. This series has been invaluable in my spiritual life. Sometimes I read it for years in a row. And every time I benefit from it. I grow, I deepen. I strive to mature. Of all the devotionals and spiritual books, I have read over the last nearly 30 years I can recommend this series as one of the best. You can read it again and again and always get something more out of it. A few years ago I was asked to come up with my all-time Top Ten Catholic Books this series came in at number 4 but to be honest 2-5 are almost all interchangeable. This is one of my all-time top Christian reads! Read the review on my blog Book Reviews and More and reviews of other books by Francis Fernandez. Note: This book is part of a series of reviews: 2020 Catholic Reading Plan!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bice

    This is my third year of reading these Meditations. Beautiful, deep and inspiring but not overwhelming. Each day is divided into sections so one can read at different times during the day. I would recommend reading the physical book. The Kindle version ends on Easter Sunday. The hard copy continues to Pentecost Sunday. Highly recommend as Lenten/Easter Season reading.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michael W.

    Deeply spiritual meditations and reflections Very highly recommended! These meditations and reflections, with extensive references to Holy Scripture and Church Teachings, assist greatly in one’s deepening and strengthening of love for God, through His Only Son Our Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Chrissie Keffler

    New and Inspiring Every time I turn to this book, it is truly like a conversation with our Lord. Just the thing I needed to say and hear.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    These books have been around for years, yet continue to inspire me. The series are meant to be read over the course of the entire church year for daily supplementation of the mass readings, and are designed to do so for each church year (all cycles). I'm so happy they are finally available in Kindle format now for even greater accessibility. They touch me, inspire me, enlighten me and soothe my soul. I highly recommend this series and the practice of daily Bible readings. These books have been around for years, yet continue to inspire me. The series are meant to be read over the course of the entire church year for daily supplementation of the mass readings, and are designed to do so for each church year (all cycles). I'm so happy they are finally available in Kindle format now for even greater accessibility. They touch me, inspire me, enlighten me and soothe my soul. I highly recommend this series and the practice of daily Bible readings.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marian VandenMeydenberg

    This book has given me the best Lent ever. I know that this book has provided 'food' for a perfect Lenten reflection. It is my sinfulness that kept my Lent from being perfect. But this book has helped me tremendously! This book has given me the best Lent ever. I know that this book has provided 'food' for a perfect Lenten reflection. It is my sinfulness that kept my Lent from being perfect. But this book has helped me tremendously!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    Enriching What a gift to the spiritual life. Practical, filled with quotes from the saints, and profound. I highly recommend to anyone looking to grow n the spiritual life.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Thomas A Barfield

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    Sheri

  10. 5 out of 5

    JoAnn L. Harelson

  11. 4 out of 5

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  12. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

  13. 5 out of 5

    Manuel Garcia-Ramos

  14. 5 out of 5

    Marquis Crocker

  15. 5 out of 5

    Karen

  16. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Bailey

  17. 4 out of 5

    Alfred Fernandez

  18. 4 out of 5

    Michael

  19. 5 out of 5

    Karleen Smith

  20. 5 out of 5

    Emma Kerry

  21. 5 out of 5

    James F. Barlow

  22. 5 out of 5

    Thom Pratt

  23. 4 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

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  25. 4 out of 5

    Kylie Leblanc

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tim

  27. 5 out of 5

    Celine Oravetz

  28. 5 out of 5

    Zeljka

  29. 5 out of 5

    The Hofs

  30. 4 out of 5

    Marcel De La Croix

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