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Not by Bread Alone Large Print

Daily Reflections for Lent 2022
Amy Ekeh and Thomas D. Stegman, SJ

ISBN: 9780814666241, 6624
Details: 104 pgs, 6 x 7 7/8 x 1/4
Publication Date: 11/04/2021


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Prayerfully journey through Lent with fresh and meaningful reflections on the daily Mass readings. In just minutes per day, the insightful meditations of Not by Bread Alone can deepen your experience of this solemn season of prayer and penance.

Amy Ekeh is the director of Little Rock Scripture Study, a program of Bible study resources published by Liturgical Press. She is the author of Finding Peace: Letting Go of Stress and Worry and Lent: Season of Transformation(LRSS/Liturgical Press). Amy is a writer, retreat director, instructor in the Hartford Catholic Biblical School, and adjunct professor at Sacred Heart University. She lives in Milford, CT with her husband and four children. Visit her at

Rev. Thomas D. Stegman, SJ, is dean and professor of New Testament at the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. He is the author of many works, including Opening the Door of Faith: Encountering Jesus and His Call to Discipleship and Written for Our Instruction: Theological and Spiritual Riches in Romans (Paulist Press). A priest of the USA Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus, he offers lectures and workshops for parishes and dioceses. He is a contributor to Give Us This Day.


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"In this delightful volume, you will find a series of insightful reflections, meditations, and prayers for each day of Lent that will lead you to Easter glory. Read them slowly, prayerfully and grow in Christ."
Frank J. Matera, Professor Emeritus, The Catholic University of America, Retired Pastor, St. Mary's Parish, Simsbury, Connecticut

"To open this book is to embark on a quiet and intimate Lenten journey with two friends. The distinct but interwoven voices of the authors--one a priest, the other a married mother of four--invite readers into an ongoing dialogue on the daily readings that is both wise and personal. Through the framework of reflections, meditations, and prayers, Ekeh and Stegman offer their readers a rich tool for prayer that is grounded in their own experiences and the incarnate beauty of daily life. The promise is that readers who choose to embrace this journey with Ekeh and Stegman will be drawn forward gently on the ongoing pilgrimage of faith."
Mahri Leonard-Fleckman, Assistant Professor of Hebrew Bible, College of the Holy Cross