Day by Day These Things We Pray (Scottdale, PA: Herald Press, 2010)

It’s not often that a Mennonite pastor proclaims such a powerful and persuasive case for the Daily Office, but Arthur Boers has done just that in this enjoyable, accessible reflection on the spirituality of fixed-liturgical prayer and its value for Christians. This book is written by a Mennonite for Mennonites, so some of the language and assumptions driving the book may not be shared by all Christians. But as a Catholic, I find the book both inspiring and informative, and would recommend it to Christians of all denominations as a tool to help explain both the logic and the beauty of daily recited prayer.

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