A gifted writer ignites joy, peace, love and delight in our souls through short poems that instantly illumine the world, relationships, and the spirit within.
Robert Morneau helps us to glimpse God in the things of God through the eye of our soul. He is the master of a new form of spiritual poetry called Anima, now being introduced in books and at weekend retreats.
The Color of Gratitude gives us 140 enlightening poems together with evocative photos that open our hearts to what is at once invisible and right in front of our eyes.
Robert Morneau is auxiliary bishop and vicar general of the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin. A popular speaker nationwide, his many books include A New Heart, Reconciliation, and Spiritual Direction.
Robert F. Morneau
Bishop Robert F. Morneau is pastor of Resurrection Parish in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and also the auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay. He is a columnist for the diocesan paper, The Compass, and author of Lent with Bishop Morneau and previous editions of Not by Bread Alone: Daily Reflections for Lent, and Waiting in Joyful Hope: Daily Reflections for Advent and Christmas (Liturgical Press).