A devotional look at the Lord's Prayer.
Michael Faber looks at each line of the Prayer our Lord taught us, interacting with real life examples, humor, scripture and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
How many of us have learned how to recite the Lord's Prayer
as children? Perhaps we did this about the same time as we
learned how to sing the National Anthem or other childhood
prayers. It was something to be memorized, but probably not
thought about, or even understood at that age. The question
is, how many of us have thought about the Lord's Prayer, or
understood it since?
Jesus taught his disciples the Lord's Prayer in response to the
request, teach us to pray. St. Thomas Aquinas wrote, "The
Lord's Prayer is the most perfect of prayers... In it we ask, not
only for all the things we can rightly desire, but also in the
sequence that they should be desired." CCC 2763. We should
take this prayer seriously as an important part of our Catholic
Christian spirituality. Michael Faber has broken down the
Lord's Prayer into six parts, writing a chapter on each part,
in order to lead his readers into deeper understanding and
meditation on the riches the Lord's Prayer.
Join us as we explore the Lord's Prayer together through the
pages of this devotional booklet!
Light Of The Moon Publishing along with Author G.W. Mullins and Illustrator / Artist C.L. Hause have joined together to explore Native American Indian Cooking. More than just a cookbook, this Native American recipe collection offers a look into a forgotten past.
"The Native American Cookbook Recipes From Native American Tribes," offers a large collection of recipes from and inspired by Native Americans. More than just a cookbook, it is a trip into history. The book seems like a personal journey for Mullins back his heritage as a Cherokee. This book offers time-proven favorites, inventive new ideas and contemporary twists on Native cuisine.
Native American delicacies have shaped American culture as a whole. Today’s society owes much of what it has learned about food and the natural American resources to the early Native Americans. Included in this book are many recipes that cover a wide range of Native American cooking. Some recipes are tradition while others have been redeveloped over the years to include new ways of cooking and include new spices and ingredients. The recipes in this collection have been chosen in a way to stay true to the Native experience.
The recipes in this collection include: Clover Tea, Pemmican, Spiced Winter Squash Butter, Sautéed Native Squash & Potatoes, Cherokee Succotash, Cherokee Fried Hominy, Dandelion Greens, Easy Corn Pudding, Winter Squash Soup, Three Sisters Stew, Apache Acorn Soup, Black Bean Soup, Seminole Pumpkin Soup, Indian Spice Cake, Native American Cinnamon Wild Rice Pudding , Rhubarb Pie, Cherokee Huckleberry Bread, Frying Pan (Blue) Bread , Rabbit Soup, Cured Venison, Buffalo Stew , Baked Quail With Mushrooms , Baked Trout , Bison Chili , Maple Salmon, Native Skillet Chicken and many, many more.