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The New Wine of Dominican Spirituality
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Foreword by The Most Reverend Timoty Radcliffe OP Introduction 1. What is Dominican Spirituality? 2. Dominicans and Ha;ppiness 3. Eat the Book 4. Dominicans Drinking

About the Author

Paul Murray is an Irish Dominican and a poet. He works in Rome, Italy, where he teaches the literature of the mystical tradition at the Angelicum University.

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-Mention. Christian Century/ May 15, 2007 -- Christian Century
Poet and scholar Murray (mystical tradition, Angelicum Univ., Rome; T.S. Eliot and Mysticism: The Secret History of Four Quartets) is a member of the Dominican Order. While most of us wouldn't associate Dominic's Order with the love of learning or with mystical experience, Dominican spirituality has, in fact, been congenial to the work of the likes of St. Thomas Aquinas, Meister Eckhart, and Mechthild of Magdeburg. Murray's charming book urges readers to make use of Dominican spirituality by drinking the experience of the world while remaining rooted in God's word. For most collections. * Library Journal *
'Through his rich knowledge of Dominic, Thomas, Catherine of Siena and modern-day Dominicans, Murray draws his readers through compelling narrative and poignant use of anecdote into exploring a tradition that has produced some of the sharpest minds and some of the most passionate preachers of Christian History.' ~ Methodist Recorder, 27 July 2006 -- Dr Natalie Watson * Methodist Recorder *
'Sit back, relax and drink in this book: you are in the hands of an enthusiast!...This is a book written in simple English, with not too many words on the page, with succinct and interesting footnotes, with ubheadings that help you to spot the bog ideas and argument along the way. ...I can't recall reading as lucid accont of the balance between action and contemplation anywhere as in the section The World Within God's Hand in the first chapter. What a joy, too, to read some genuinely exuberant writing on the importance of happiness for Dominicans.' The Pastoral Review, Vol 2, Isssue 5 -- Roland Riem, Canon Pater and Missioner, Winchester Cathedral * pastoral review, the *
'combines impeccable scholarship, profound wisdom, accessible clarity and a wonderful sense of fun, brining admirably to life the captivating humanity of early Dominicans.' -- Fernandi Cervantes * Tablet, The *

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