Explanations and Prayerful Meditations on the Words of the Lord’s Prayer
by Ivan Luzeckyj (Author), Myroslaw A. Cizdyn (Translator)
A Word from the Translator
Cover: The Transfiguration. 15th c. Ukrainian icon from St. Demetrius church in the village of Zhohatyn (Żohatyn) (Жогатин)
“Before beginning each prayer time, we must take the time to prepare for it. By sitting still for at least 2-3 minutes, we rest, separate ourselves spiritually from what came before. We remind ourselves spiritually from what cam before. We remind ourselves and realize what we want to ask or thank for; and only after having thus relaxed, we begin our prayer.”
– Opening Remarks
This book is an expanded version of the explanations and prayerful meditations on the Lord’s prayer, which originally appeared as a series in the Ukrainian-language weekly, The Christian Voice (Munich, 1970).
The book arose from the new needs of pastoral work among our people in the diaspora, and was based on sermons that were subsequently expanded. Therefore, the point here is not to develop deeper studies, but prayerful mediation – that is, practical conclusions drawn from the Lord’s Prayer in light of the needs of our times.
Review: Отець Іван Михайлович Лужецький – радник Йосифа Сліпого
Softcover: xiv, 195 pages
Publisher: Holy Spirit Ukrainian Catholic Seminary (1988)
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