“Craig’s sensitive empathy does not lack a professional framework which gives his lessons status, strength, and way for the Spirit. It is a way which mirrors DeSales, Therese of Lisieux, and the Rule of Taize. Simpliity in the service of charity.”
Fr. Gary Young C.R., serving the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, Nazareth, KY, USA
“…this is a wonderful addition to aid in my prayer and reflection. Each page deserves several days of reading and meditation, with challenging questions and much to aid in personal growth. I appreciate the blank pages to record my thoughts and inspirations.”
R. Searcy, Iowa, USA
“We see suffering everywhere in our world. Every time we watch TV or read the newspaper there are stories of suffering. In this booklet, the author invites everyone to reflect upon the role of compassion which helps make this world a more hospitable place for all.”
Sr. C Popes, P.B.V.M., Iowa, USA
…the book was great! The exercises created space for quiet introspection and deeper understanding of what it is to be called to a life lived as part of the body of Christ.
I found it well laid out and I have been contemplating it all week, chewing on it: How is my life lived through meeting other’s needs where they are currently standing? In today’s world of intensive, tunnelled focus on ourselves and our individual wants, we have not left space or air for actively seeking to meet other’s needs – to see life from their perspective and that is such a cornerstone to our faith and very existence.
S.W., Ft. McMurray, Alberta, Canada
You were a gift. I especially felt that I needed leadership at the time and grew in faith through this. Thank you.
B.C., Manitoba, Canada