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Waiting in Joyful Hope

Daily Reflections for Advent and Christmas 2020-2021
Michelle Francl-Donnay

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ISBN: 9780814665138, 6513
Details: 112 pgs , 4 x 1/4 x 5 1/4
Publication Date: 07/15/2020

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Prepare spiritually for the coming of Christ with this popular and inviting annual guide. During the especially busy Advent and Christmas seasons, this book offers brief, down-to-earth reflections that bring prayer and Scripture into everyday life in a thought-provoking and lasting way. Through Michelle Francl-Donnay's fresh and meaningful reflections on Lectionary readings from the weekday and Sunday Masses, readers will grow in their understanding of the word of God. This book will help busy people achieve their goal of enriching their prayer life during the seasons of Advent and Christmas.

Michelle Francl-Donnay is a writer, teacher, wife, and the mother of two twenty-something sons. She is a professor of chemistry at Bryn Mawr College and an adjunct scholar of the Vatican Observatory. Her writing about faith, science, and life can be found at https://michellefrancldonnay.com/. She is the author of Not by Bread Alone: Daily Reflections for Lent 2020, and is a contributor to Give Us This Day, published by Liturgical Press.

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Advent is a season of days that grow shorter and promises light and new life to fulfill God’s word. In Waiting in Joyful Hope the rich words of Michelle Francl-Donnay invite us to journey more fully into the season of Advent. As each day grows shorter, the promise of the coming Light comes into focus with each page, leading us to Christmas with a renewed spirit of hope.
Fran Rossi Szpylczyn, author of There Will Be Bread blog

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