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Publisher: Veritas Publications

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Master the One you Love is Ill

by Fr. Eamonn P. Bourke


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Illness can be a difficult and disturbing experience, challenging us not only physically and mentally, but on a deeply spiritual level also. In times of illness, the words or strength we need to pray can often seem beyond our reach and we may struggle to feel the presence of God in our lives.

Master, the One You Love is Ill explores what it means to pray as you can, using the resources you have, at a time when the closeness of God is needed more than ever. Drawn from the author’s own experience of finding God in the darkness of illness, the simple reflections within gently guide the reader through the byways of the Holy Land to meet the Lord Jesus who seeks out the lost, the lonely and the ill.

Father Eamonn Bourke was ordained to the priesthood in his home parish of Finglas East before serving in the parishes of Springfield, Tallaght, Churchtown, Glasnevin and Lucan South. He now serves as head chaplain in University College Dublin. He is the author of Mercy in All Things: Reflection on the Diary of St Faustina Kowalski, and is a regular contributor to Divine Mercy Publications.

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