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Sermons in a Monastery: Chapter Talks by Matthew Kelty Ocso, No. 59by Matthew Kelty
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In these homilies Matthew Kelty speaks to his brothers in community, challenging them 'to remove from their Vision what is false and fraudulent, artificial and contrived'. This is the task not only of monks but of al Christians seeking God.
Homilies preached to the monks of Gethesmani Abbey challenge them 'to remove from their vision what is false and fraudulent, artificial and contrived'--the task not only of monks but of all Christians seeking God.
About the Author
Matthew Kelty, a native of Boston, has been a monk of Gethsemani since 1960. Before that he served as an active priest in the Society of the Divine Word, both in the States, and in Papua New Guinea. His previous books include Flute Solo (Sheed, Andrews and McMeel), Sermons in the Monastery, Call of the Wild Geese, and Singing for the Kingdom (Cistercian Publications).
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