Last week’s Advent giveaway was such a hit, I was tickled to find a few more Advent books in my big basket of giveaway books.
This week’s giveaway:
The Little Way of Advent: Meditations in the Spirit of St. Therese of Lisieux
By Fr. Gary Caster (2012, Servant Books)
From the back cover:
The Little Way of Advent focuses on St. Therese’s Little Way, as well as her deep insights into the Child Jesus and the Holy Face. Fr. Caster shows the connection between the innocent child and the crucified Savior, thus providing for a rich Advent experience. The Little Way of Advent provides material for each Sunday in the A, B, and C cycle, one for each weekday of Advent, and–as an added bonus–one for every day of the Christmas season.
Preparing for Christmas: Daily Mediations for Advent
By Richard Rohr (2008, Franciscan Media)
From the back cover:
Advent is a time to focus our expectation and anticipation on “the adult Christ, the Cosmic Christ,” who challenges us to empty ourselves, to lose ourselves, to surrender. Preparing for Christmas offers daily meditations, prayers, Scripture readings, and questions for reflection for each day of Advent.
Welcome Baby Jesus: Advent and Christmas Reflections for Families
By Sarah A. Reinhard (2011, Liguori Publications)
You can read all about it here on my site, or, in the interest of fairness, there’s this, from the back cover:
Welcome Baby Jesus offers daily activities that encourage families to think, pray, and act based on words from Scripture. These exercises are designed to engage your household during the Advent season by tying Scripture and reflection to your daily life. With each passing Sunday and each candle lighting, your Advent wreath will grow brighter, your family’s faith will grow stronger, and the true meaning of this season will be discovered.
Accepting entries until 7 AM Eastern one week from today.
The fine print: One entry per person, please. You must have a valid email address, which I promise not to use for anything other than this giveaway. You enter the email as part of the comment form–you do not have to include it in the¬†body of your comment. Good luck!