Praying with St Mark Albert McNally

Praying with St Mark

Author: Albert McNally
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 This is a workbook for the study, either alone or in groups, of the gospel of St Mark. It offers a series of sessions based on passages from Mark. There is nothing particularly important about the sequence of passages chosen. Neither is there anything particularly significant about the number of selections treated and there is no need to work through all the passages, at one time. The author’s hope is that the method will encourage users to attempt to pray the gospel of Mark.   Albert McNally is a retired priest of the Diocese of Down and Connor. His previous book, Blesses be the Lord: Praying with St Luke, was also published by Columba Press.

 This is a workbook for the study, either alone or in groups, of the gospel of St Mark. It offers a series of sessions based on passages from Mark. There is nothing particularly important about the sequence of passages chosen. Neither is there anything particularly significant about the number of selections treated and there is no need to work through all the passages, at one time.

The author’s hope is that the method will encourage users to attempt to pray the gospel of Mark.

 

Albert McNally is a retired priest of the Diocese of Down and Connor. His previous book, Blesses be the Lord: Praying with St Luke, was also published by Columba Press.

 This is a workbook for the study, either alone or in groups, of the gospel of St Mark. It offers a series of sessions based on passages from Mark. There is nothing particularly important about the sequence of passages chosen. Neither is there anything particularly significant about the number of selections treated and there is no need to work through all the passages, at one time.

The author’s hope is that the method will encourage users to attempt to pray the gospel of Mark.

 

Albert McNally is a retired priest of the Diocese of Down and Connor. His previous book, Blesses be the Lord: Praying with St Luke, was also published by Columba Press.