Letters to Nevie : Learning from the Scriptures

Letters to Nevie : Learning from the Scriptures
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This book is written for young readers and for grownup readers with youthful minds alike. The deepest desire of the author is that Nevie, his grandniece, and all those who read these letters may find in Jesus 'the way, the truth, and the life.'

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This book is written for adult readers, but takes some of its form from a younger person. It looks for grownup readers with youthful minds.

Let me explain. Nevie, a grandniece and now a teenager, has always been a very special person for me. In 2013, she chose to join her older sister and go off to boarding school. I felt a little worried that she might be lonely and started sending her a letter every week or two. On my own journey, I have received constant light and strength from my faith in Jesus Christ, a faith expressed through the inspired Scriptures, practiced in regular prayer and service to others, and enlivened through receiving Holy Communion and the other sacraments.

My deepest desire for Nevie and for those who read these letters is that they too may find in Jesus 'the way, the truth, and the life.'

After receiving his PhD at the University of Cambridge, GERALD O'COLLINS SJ AC, taught theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome for 33 years. He is now an adjunct professor of Australian Catholic University and a research fellow of the University of Divinity (Melbourne). He has authored or co-authored 65 books, which include most recently From Rome to Royal Park (Connor Court/Gracewing), The Second Vatican Council: Message and Meaning (Liturgical Press), The Second Vatican Council on Other Religions (Oxford University Press), and The Spirituality of the Second Vatican Council (Paulist Press).

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Title Letters to Nevie : Learning from the Scriptures
Author Fr Gerald O'Collins SJ
Price £9.95
Format Paperback
Dimensions 13 x 21 cm
Printed Pages 184
Publisher St Pauls Publishing
Year Of Publication 2016
Isbn / Product Code 9781910365120
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