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Overcoming Spiritual Discouragement

Fr. Timothy Gallagher

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With warm and understanding, this book is a hopeful invitation to all who struggle to overcome the greatest obstacle of all in the spiritual life: discouragement.

With warm and understanding, this book is a hopeful invitation to all who struggle to overcome the greatest obstacle of all in the spiritual life: discouragement.

There is no shame in spiritual desolation. Fr. Gallagher reminds us that the greatest of saints suffered from this affliction. The key is to learn how to draw closer to God in life’s darkest moments. Overcoming Spiritual Discouragement is a call to hope…a call to solace in time of suffering…and a call to stand tall in times of affliction.

Read this book, and you’ll learn how to enter into the sublime peace and joy that our Lord promises.

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With warm and understanding, this book is a hopeful invitation to all who struggle to overcome the greatest obstacle of all in the spiritual life: discouragement.

There is no shame in spiritual desolation. Fr. Gallagher reminds us that the greatest of saints suffered from this affliction. The key is to learn how to draw closer to God in life’s darkest moments. Overcoming Spiritual Discouragement is a call to hope…a call to solace in time of suffering…and a call to stand tall in times of affliction.

Read this book, and you’ll learn how to enter into the sublime peace and joy that our Lord promises.

About the Author

Father Timothy M. Gallagher, O.M.V., was ordained in 1979 as a member of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary, a religious community dedicated to retreats and spiritual formation according to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Having obtained his doctorate in 1983 from the Gregorian University, he has taught (St. John’s Seminary, Brighton, MA; Our Lady of Grace Seminary Residence, Boston, MA), assisted in formation work, and served two terms as provincial in his own community. He has dedicated many years to an extensive international ministry of retreats, spiritual direction, and teaching about the spiritual life. He is a frequent speaker on EWTN, and his digitally recorded talks are utilized internationally. He has written eight books on Ignatian discernment and prayer, a biography of Venerable Bruno Lanteri, and a book on the Liturgy of the Hours. He currently holds the St. Ignatius Chair for Spiritual Formation at St. John Vianney Theological Seminary in Denver.

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