From Epiphany to Lent

Fr. Patrick Troadec, SSPX

SKU: 8758  |  ISBN: 9781949124248

“Everyone, whatever his state of life, will find matter for spiritual progress in this daily reading. I am very happy to offer you this new booklet and wish you a joyful time after Epiphany as well as a Septuagesima rich in graces, assuring you of my prayers and recommending myself to yours.”—Fr. Troadec

Fr. Troadec’s six-part series continues in this second book From Epiphany to Lent. The series offers a simple and practical guide for individuals and families alike to grow closer to God by better understanding the Church’s liturgical year and practicing daily meditation and prayer.
Each of the daily meditations covered in this book includes a:

  • Quote:   Taken from the Bible, The Mass, or the Spiritual Fathers.
  • Meditation: A particular truth of the Faith and how it applies to us.
  • Prayer: Two short daily prayers for the reader to choose from.
  • Thoughts: Daily recollections that illustrate a profound point.
  • Resolution: Three simple and practical resolutions.

Anyone looking to draw closer to God through the liturgy of His Church while developing the habit of daily spiritual reading and meditation needs to read this book. It continues to be a wonderful aid for Catholics of any age or walk of life. A profoundly Catholic and truly practical guide to daily growth in holiness. 

222 pages. Softcover.

eBOOK Available Here:  From Epiphany to Lent

Customer Reviews

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Wonderful Series

I own this entire liturgical series by Fr. Patrick Troadec. I highly recommend this particular series. It is very well formatted and easy to read. I wear reading glasses, so I truly appreciate this. Father often uses the previous Sunday's Gospel throughout the week, delving deeper into a certain aspect of it each day in the Meditation. His insights and explanations are exemplary. Each day's reading requires only a few minutes of time, but I try to reflect on the truths they contain and pray the prayers carefully. The resolutions are quite helpful, gentle reminders of how we can live our Faith with more intention. Thank you, Fr. Troadec.