041: My Top 5 Resources to Learn How to Attain the Lord’s Peace

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This past weekend I spoke on the topic of attaining the Lord’s Peace at the Catholic Women’s Conference organized by the Pilgrim Center of Hope in San Antonio.  It was such a beautiful experience and I met many women who shared their struggles with interior peace due to many difficult personal and family circumstances.  They were very loving and faithful women who needed a little reminder that their suffering is not in vain.  Suffering can bear much fruit with our every effort to look beyond our circumstances and gaze into the eyes of Jesus on the Cross. 

At the conference, I also shared a number of resources that anyone can use to help them learn more about what it takes to receive the gift of the Lord’s Peace.  Like I mentioned in episode 39, we can’t make Peace happen.  God has to bestow it upon us if we prepare our souls with genuine love for the Lord.

There are so many resources to learn more about acquiring Peace, but after doing extensive research on the topic, here are my top 5, but keep in mind our Holy Bible is above everything so I’m not adding it to the list and chances are, you already have one:

Searching for and Maintaining Peace – book by Father Jacques Philippe –Buy it here –  https://amzn.to/2mzrxgA

Lift up Your Heart: Guide to Spiritual Peace – book by Fulton J. Sheen –  Buy it herehttps://amzn.to/2kWtRxQ

Self-Abandonment to Divine Providence – book by Father J.P. De Caussaude – Buy it herehttps://amzn.to/2l1uYMU

The QA Guide to Mental Prayer – book by Connie Rossini – Buy it here – https://amzn.to/2n1PTjw

How to Pray Like Mary – book by Sonja Corbitt – Buy it here –https://amzn.to/2mzunlK

Let’s close this episode with a prayer…

Glory be to the Father…

You’ll find the transcript to this episode at TheCatholicServant.com/peace-resources and please share it with someone who may need today’s message.  You’ll also find links to the books mentioned if you wish to purchase one.  These are affiliate links so if you buy one of these invaluable resources for your spiritual growth, you’ll be supporting this family apostolate, The Catholic Servant Podcast.  And please continue to send me your prayer requests to Alexandra@TheCatholicServant.com so we can lift you up in prayer during our next family Rosary.

May you have a blessed and prayerful week.


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