Spirituality in Ecumenical Perspective
E. Glenn Hinson
Westminster John Knox Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Religion - 200 pages
These essays, by a "Who's Who" list of authors, explore many themes in spirituality - the ecumenical nature of spirituality, theological perspectives, listening, spirituality in the dialogue of religions, action and contemplation, contemplation and work, discernment, eucharistic spirituality, centering prayer, spiritual perspectives on peacemaking, letters for spiritual guidance, and reading for spiritual enrichment. The essays were prepared to honor the life and work of Douglas V. Steere, co-founder of the Ecumenical Institute of Spirituality, and to further explore themes found in his writings.
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