Days of Grace and Wonder: Journals 1976–2008
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Isaac McDaniel spent two decades living as a monk at Saint Meinrad Archabbey, in Southern Indiana. Days of Grace and Wonder is a daily chronicle of life inside the cloister of a Benedictine monastery during the exciting years of reform that followed the Second Vatican Council. The book surveys a tapestry of people encountered and places visited, the joys and tensions of life at close quarters with more than a hundred other cenobites, as well as the wider backdrop of nine presidential elections, three papal conclaves, a half-dozen social revolutions and the horrors of September 11th.
OCLC No. 909881480
Diaries, Benedictines, Spiritual life
Catholic Studies | Christianity | Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
McDaniel, Isaac, "Days of Grace and Wonder: Journals 1976–2008" (2011). Faculty Books. 28.