Idol Thoughts

Idol Thoughts

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Author: Fr Denis Lemieux  

The truth of human flourishing, of human happiness, what life is really about and how we are to live is found, not in the random nonsense circulating around in our noggins, but in the Word of God. ~ Denis Lemieux, Idol Thoughts

Father Denis Lemieux finds the root causes of our misery in the “idol thoughts” (the deadly sins) that infest our minds, and shows us where and how the remedy is to be found

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Idol Thoughts

The truth of human flourishing, of human happiness, what life is really about and how we are to live is found, not in the random nonsense circulating around in our noggins, but in the Word of God. ~ Denis Lemieux, Idol Thoughts

Father Denis Lemieux finds the root causes of our misery in the “idol thoughts” (the deadly sins) that infest our minds, and shows us where and how the remedy is to be found.

Fr Denis Lemieux was born in Alexandria, Ontario. He has been a member of Madonna House since 1991 and was ordained in 2004. He holds a licentiate in Sacred Theology and is the author of The I-Choice: Staying Human in a Digital Age (Justin Press, 2013), Going Home: Reflecting on the Mercy of God with Catherine de Hueck Doherty (Justin Press, 2012)The Air We Breathe: The Mariology of Catherine de Hueck Doherty and of She is our Response: The Virgin Mary and the Church’s Encounter with Modernity in the Writings of Joseph Ratzinger. He currently resides in Combermere, Ontario, where he divides his time between teaching, writing, parish mission and retreat work and spiritual direction.

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    A great read! Offers a fresh and very articulate perspective on sin and ‘sin-oriented’ thinking. The chapters are organized in such a way as to offer readers a description of each kind of sin, and subsequently, remedies for them. Among the remedies offered is the ancient practice of praying scripture know as lectio divina. So far, I found Idol thoughts to be honest, easy to read, and helpful. Highly recommended.

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