Channels of Prayer

Channels of Prayer

This book presents the sacramenta of our Catholic faith in a manner that will be appreciated and understood by all. It is a good handbook that will properly dispose all the faithful to an informed prayer, founded on a proper understanding of the signs and symbols associated with Catholic worship.

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This book presents the sacramenta of our Catholic faith in a manner that will be appreciated and understood by all. It is a good handbook that will properly dispose all the faithful to an informed prayer, founded on a proper understanding of the signs and symbols associated with Catholic worship.

'This book should be seen as a spiritual guide, a tool to help deepen one's understanding of the Church and of the Lord whom we seek to serve and worship at the Altar.'
Fr Keith Stoakes (Diocesan Director for the Guild of Saint Stephen, Archdiocese of Westminster)


'This lovey book should help young people understand what many of the symbols and objects of the liturgy really mean. By being guided deeper into the Church's worship, it can help young people to expand their knowledge of the fiath and their capacity for prayer and friendship with Christ.'
Fr David Reilly (Diocesan Youth Chaplain, Archdiocese of Westminster)

FR INNOCENT CHIBUEZE EZEONYEASI is a native of Urualla, Imo State, Nigeria. He was ordained for the Catholic Diocese of Orlu. He has worked as Parish Priest, Principal, Chaplain to Orlu Diocesan Mass Server' Association, Orlu Diocesan Liturgical master of Ceremonies and Chaplain to St Camillus Catholic Chaplaincy, Imo Sate University Teaching Hospital, Umuna. Currently, he works in the Nigerian Catholic Chaplaincy, England & Wales as the Assistant Chaplain. Fr Innocent is also the author of The Sanctuary: A Handbook for Altar Servers (2005), Altar Prayer Companion (2008), Stations of the Cross: A Diaspora Experience (2010).

Additional Information
Isbn / Product Code 9780854398560
Dimensions 13 x 21 cm
Printed Pages 96
Format Paperback
Year Of Publication 2013
Publisher St Pauls Publishing
Author Fr Innocent Chibueze Ezeoyeasi
Product Code 9780854398560
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