Publishers Weekly

February 23, 2021

Using the traditional seven sorrows of Mary (prophecy of Simeon, flight into Egypt, Jesus in the temple, meeting Jesus carrying his cross, standing beneath the cross of Jesus, receiving Jesus’ dead body, Jesus being laid in the tomb), Rupp . . . asks readers to meet their own sorrows in Mary’s journey . . . Each chapter ends with poems, meditations, guided imagery and questions for personal reflection or group discussion. Rupp’s writing challenges the faithful to get beyond their comfortable spirituality and find strength in their times of suffering.

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