Synopses & Reviews
"Throughout history the themes of journey, quest, and pilgrimage have captured our imaginations especially in religious circles and for good reason. To journey, the simple act of walking, we simultaneously take leave of one place and encounter a new one, it is both a letting go and an embracing. Anticipation and expectation for the new, for what might be, and a certain realization and appreciation for what is. It is no less true in the spiritual life and this little devotional work will demonstrate this."
All journeys require guidance of some sort, whether a traditional map or a high tech GPS. This spiritual guide persuades us that the most reliable compass is faith, a faith nurtured by the One who travels with us always. -Most Reverend John C. Wester Archbishop of Santa Fe
Michael Demkovich offers us a profound journey language that mirrors--and deepens--the spiritual path that we actually walk. This is pastoral theology at its best -Fr. Richard Rohr, O.F.M. Center for Action and Contemplation
Demkovich has offered us just such a mini-journey for seven days to accompany the pilgrim who is walking by faith. Listen to his stories as you ponder the spiritual narrative that is being revealed in you. -Fr. Harry M. Byrne, O.P. Professor Emeritus