January Magazine 2019

January’s issue is on Mysticism. Andrew Rampton explores the mystery of our liturgy and the Eucharist; Diane Lee-Olenic talks about how the Gospels can shed some light on God’s will; and Kirsten Pinto Gfroerer offers some helpful tips for those who are interested in reading spiritual work. Also included is a review of Steve Bell’s new collection of books, Pilgrim Year. And, in via media, Mary Coswin reflects on the mysteries of Christ.
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