For many of us, living simply is simply impossible. We just have too much to do. But one of the main reasons we think simple living is impossible is that we are unsure of how to get a simpler life started. Drawing on the powerful histories of the saints and her own personal experience, author Paula Huston shows us how living simply begins with a commitment to spiritual simplicity in our lives.
Each chapter in The Holy Way introduces a different spiritual practice, including solitude, purity, and generosity, and explores it through historical perspectives and Huston’s compelling personal reflections. From Saint Anthony’s chosen life of solitude to Saint Catherine of Siena’s strength of conviction, Huston tells stories of courageous faith that exemplify the blessed and transformative power of being alone with God and living simply.
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Paula Huston, a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellow, has published fiction and essays for more than 20 years.
For anyone who feels like they’ve hit the ceiling in their life of faith, this book reveals how to break through and rise to new and unimagined spiritual heights.
In A Season of Mystery, Paula Huston shares a far more fulfilling way to approach how we live and how we think about the second half of life.
Based on the practices of saints and personal reflection, this guide provides strategies for achieving spiritual simplicity.
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