Lakeland Lockdown Reflections

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The year 2020 will be remembered by many as the year of many days of ‘lockdown’ to counter the spread of CoVid-19 pandemic. ‘Lakeland Lockdown Reflections’ illustrates how to find and communicate with God in a strange time of anxiety and uncertainty. The reader will encounter how God spoke to the author, Deacon Martin Donnelly, through his Word and the beauty of creation, in the lakeland county of Fermanagh.

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The year 2020 will be remembered by many as the year of many days of ‘lockdown’ to counter the spread of CoVid-19 pandemic. ‘Lakeland Lockdown Reflections’ illustrates how to find and communicate with God in a strange time of anxiety and uncertainty. The reader will encounter how God spoke to the author through his Word and the beauty of creation, in the lakeland county of Fermanagh.

These reflections by Deacon Martin Donnelly and images of quiet places so beautifully photographed by Fr Brendan McManus SJ, illustrate how the beauty of the environment provides stimuli for silent prayer. The words challenge the reader to reflect upon experiences of God in everyday life and to see God in the little things we often take for granted. In addition to being a pleasurable read, it is also a useful resource for meditation and prayer. The images enable the reader to look at the ‘ordinary’ with new eyes. The reflections warm the heart and open it to wonder and awe of God’s presence.

Published by Shanway Press

77 pages

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Weight 220 g

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