And if this book could have sound, it would have the high, pealing sound of bells calling the faithful. It would have the clicking sound of mothers and their rosaries and the piercing screams of babies, the hushed sound of the altar boys lighting candles, and the angelic sound of the choir.Or consider the following summation of the book’s important message:
…this is the heart of the matter: Christ and his Church, the marriage of heaven and earth, an immortal match, an immovable feast.If you are a fan of St. Augustine’s Confessions or Thomas Merton’s Seven Storey Mountain, or even if you’ve never been exposed to those works and are interested in a spiritual work that truly satiates, An Immovable Feast is a tantalizing treat for your eyes, your mind, and, most of all, your soul. What are some of your favorite sights, sounds, and smells of the Catholic Church?
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About the Author
Maria V. Gallagher spends her days advocating for women, children, and families. She is the mother of a beautiful ballerina and a member of the worldwide Cursillo movement. In her spare time, Maria likes to blog, walk, sing, dance, and fill the room with laughter. Read her work at MariaVGallagher.com.