Beg, borrow, or steal buy: Time for God by Jacques Philippe

In this occasional series of posts, I recommend resources for you and your family in 100 words or less. More detailed reviews may come later.

Jacques Philippe, Time for GodTraditional teaching on prayer from a Catholic perspective. Contemporary author. Relevant examples. Easy to read. Why and how to pray. Answers common objections. Persuasive. Fits in a coat pocket, purse, or Christmas stocking. By Fr. Jacques Philippe. Might change your life. Need I say more?

Criticisms: None.

Connie Rossini

Read other posts in this series: Golden Children’s Bible

Share with us: Have you read Time for God? What was your impression? What is your favorite book about prayer?


About Connie Rossini

Connie Rossini gives whole families practical help to grow in holiness. She is the author of Trusting God with St. Therese and the free ebook Five Lessons from the Carmelite Saints That Will Change Your Life. She writes a spirituality column for The Catholic Voice of the Diocese of Omaha, Nebraska, and blogs at Contemplative Homeschool. She is also a columnist for Connie and her husband Dan have four young sons.
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3 Responses to Beg, borrow, or steal buy: Time for God by Jacques Philippe

  1. Theresa says:

    HI Connie~I hopped over from Suscipio. I love the name of your blog and was especially drawn to it since I am a Secular Carmelite.

    LOVED this book and all his books! I could pick them up again and again.

    I will be following for sure and can’t wait to read some of your past posts.


  2. Pingback: Beg, borrow, or steal buy: Golden Children’s Bible | Contemplative Homeschool

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