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Fire up your Lenten journey this year with the revised and expanded edition of beloved spiritual director Albert Haase, OFM’s bestselling guide to a vibrant, fulfilling spiritual life!
Ever wonder how some people become enthusiastic and on fire about their relationship with God? In thirty-eight power-packed, concise chapters, Albert Haase gives you the tools and kindling to prepare for the spark of God in your life – and then shows you how to fan it into flame until you are set ablaze. This book glows with time-tested wisdom as an experienced spiritual director shares the secrets of the saints. Feel cold? Or maybe just smoldering? With supplemental reading suggestions and reflection questions, this eminently practical book functions like a personal, spiritual retreat.
Catching Fire, Becoming Flame — 10th Anniversary Edition: A Guide for Spiritual Transformation:
Features a new introduction, 5 brand new chapters, and thoroughly revised and updated content throughout the book.
Gives you the practical tools and time-honored techniques to grow your relationship with God.
Shows you how to respond to God’s fiery passion, how to engage it, and, most important, how to be changed by it.
Features purposely short and concise chapters, allowing you ample time in one convenient sitting not only to read it, but also to reflect on its questions or practice the presented technique.
Catching Fire, Becoming Flame is designed to be a handy resource for expanding your knowledge and practice of ancient and contemporary spiritual practices. It will fuel your creativity and appreciation for myriad ways to fall in love with God—which, in the end, is what being on fire is all about.
About the Author
Albert Haase, OFM, is a popular Franciscan preacher, teacher, spiritual director, and guest on talk radio shows. A former missionary to mainland China, he is the award-winning author of thirteen books on popular spirituality, including Catching Fire Becoming Flame, and the presenter on five best-selling DVDs. He currently resides at San Miguel Friary in San Antonio, Texas.