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PRAYING THE PASSION OF CHRIST - KATHLEEN BECKMAN




 
The author, Kathleen Beckman, is a Catholic wife, mother, Coordinator of Orange Diocese Magnificat and Orange Diocese Intercessors of the Lamb. During a ten year period of longsuffering in her family, while praying before the Blessed Sacrament after daily Mass, she wrote reflections on uniting suffering to Christ's Passion to form intercessory prayers for the family and Church with an emphasis on marriage, children, and priests. In addition to her inspired reflections on the Passion and co-redemptive suffering, she compiled several Saint's meditations. These include St. Catherine of Siena, St. Faustina, Padre Pio, Pope John Paul 11, Archbishop Fulton Sheen, Anne Catherine Emmerich, and St. Gertrude. The book presents prayers including the scriptural Way of the Cross; the Seven Last Words of Christ and Mary's mystical suffering of the Passion. It teaches us how to unite our daily Cross with the Lord's Passion to gain much needed grace for the sanctification of families, Church and world.
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The author, Kathleen Beckman, is a Catholic wife, mother, Coordinator of Orange Diocese Magnificat and Orange Diocese Intercessors of the Lamb. During a ten year period of longsuffering in her family, while praying before the Blessed Sacrament after daily Mass, she wrote reflections on uniting suffering to Christ's Passion to form intercessory prayers for the family and Church with an emphasis on marriage, children, and priests. In addition to her inspired reflections on the Passion and co-redemptive suffering, she compiled several Saint's meditations. These include St. Catherine of Siena, St. Faustina, Padre Pio, Pope John Paul 11, Archbishop Fulton Sheen, Anne Catherine Emmerich, and St. Gertrude. The book presents prayers including the scriptural Way of the Cross; the Seven Last Words of Christ and Mary's mystical suffering of the Passion. It teaches us how to unite our daily Cross with the Lord's Passion to gain much needed grace for the sanctification of families, Church and world.