A Year of Daily Offerings
S.J.; James Kubicki
Number of pages: 384
A Year of Daily Offerings is a prayerful 366-day experience immersed in the lives of the saints, the rhythm of the Church calendar, and the stories of ordinary people who lived the Eucharist in their daily lives. It will help you reorder not just your devotional life, but the entire way of looking at your day.
This thoughtful, yearlong book of morning meditations from Rev. James Kubicki, S.J.—national director of the Apostleship of Prayer and bestselling author of A Heart on Fire—provides a rich array of reflections based on Ignatian spirituality that invite you to begin each day with a sincere offering of your life to God.
Combining a contemporary tone with a strong Biblical understanding, Fr. Kubicki shows you how to live your Eucharistic offering each day. He provides a fresh perspective on the promise of connecting with God through the practice of morning prayer by using prayers of the saints, a word to carry throughout the day, and an evening reflection to reflect on the day you offered to God.`
Features & Benefits
- Fr. Kubicki is the national director of “the pope’s worldwide prayer network,” the Apostleship of Prayer, an international Jesuit ministry with more than 35 million members worldwide.
- Fr. Kubicki offers many retreats to lay and religious, as well as parish missions and workshops. He appears regularly on Catholic radio networks around the country, writes a blog, and is active on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. His meditations are a daily feature on Relevant Radio.
Rev. James Kubicki, S.J., is the national director of the Apostleship of Prayer, a Jesuit ministry whose mission is to encourage Christians to make a daily offering of themselves to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Fr. Kubicki entered the Society of Jesus in 1971 and was ordained in 1983. Since that time, he has served the Jesuits in numerous capacities including vocations, priestly formation, and deacon and lay ministry formation.
Fr. Kubicki is the author of A Heart on Fire. In addition to being a frequent guest on Catholic radio and television, he is also a popular conference speaker, retreat director, and parish mission speaker. His areas of expertise include the Eucharist, the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Spiritual Exercises, and the practical spirituality of the Apostleship of Prayer.