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REMEMBERING GOD'S MERCY - DAWN EDEN




 
In the first book to explore how memories impact and are affected by faith, bestselling author Dawn Eden offers a guide to the process she used to heal the pain of her past. Through her own story, as well as the examples of St. Ignatius of Loyola, St. Peter Faber, and Pope Francis, she shows how the mercy of God, who holds all of events of our life in his own memory, can bring you healing and inner peace.

In Remembering God's Mercy, Eden--who suffered childhood sexual abuse that left her with PTSD--describes how she was inspired by the example of Pope Francis, St. Ignatius, and St. Peter Faber, all of whom suffered from their own painful experiences and followed a similar path to healing.

Eden examines how Jesus' wounds can bring healing to your own hurt through prayer, Mass, the Sacraments (particularly confession), and the life of the Church. In each chapter, she will engage you with specific steps to take using the most famous Ignatian prayer, the Suscipe
--Latin for "receive"--to transform your past traumas into an offering to God that is united with Jesus' own self-offering.
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"Dawn Eden manages to flawlessly bring together Jesus, Mary, the apostles, Pope Francis, and St. Ignatius. It is an inspired work. Like Mary, I treasured up and pondered the insights." --Rev. Mark E. Thibodeaux, S.J., Author of Reimagining the Ignatian Examen

"Dawn Eden's openness to the Holy Spirit is evident on every page of Remembering God's Mercy, drawing you into the same. Open this book and experience God lifting a veil and enveloping you in his Divine Mercy." --Kathryn Jean Lopez, Editor at National Review

Dawn Eden Goldstein, whose pen name is Dawn Eden, is the author of The Thrill of the Chaste (originally published in 2006 and now available in a revised Catholic edition) and My Peace I Give You: Healing Sexual Wounds with the Help of the Saints. In 2016, Eden became the first woman to receive a canonical doctorate in sacred theology from the University of St. Mary of the Lake. She lives in Connecticut, where she is an assistant professor of dogmatic theology at Holy Apostles College and Seminary. Her books have been featured in the New York Times and L'Osservatore Romano
, as well as on EWTN.