A Year of Daily Offerings is a prayerful 366-day experience immersed in the lives of the saints, the rhythm of the Church calendar, and the stories of ordinary people who lived the Eucharist in their daily lives. It will help you reorder not just your devotional life, but the entire way of looking at your day.
This thoughtful, yearlong book of morning meditations from Rev. James Kubicki, S.J.—bestselling author of A Heart on Fire—provides a rich array of reflections based on Ignatian spirituality that invite you to begin each day with a sincere offering of your life to God.
Combining a contemporary tone with a strong Biblical understanding, Fr. Kubicki shows you how to live your Eucharistic offering each day. He provides a fresh perspective on the promise of connecting with God through the practice of morning prayer by using prayers of the saints, a word to carry throughout the day, and an evening reflection to reflect on the day you offered to God.
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“A Year of Daily Offerings is a sumptuous feast of meditations on the lives of saints and the liturgical year, with prayers, questions for reflection, and an affirming word or phrase for each day of the year. It’s a wonderful tool for beginning or deepening a regular practice of morning prayer and devotion.”
“Each of Fr. Kubicki's daily meditations is followed by a unique prayer of self-offering for each day of the year. These will help us to grasp what a great gift and glory it is to unite our daily ups and downs to the perfect sacrifice of Jesus. Even the busiest person could build a solid prayer life with this book.”
“A Year of Daily Offerings is a marvelous tour through the Church’s daily riches of saints and feasts by following her liturgical calendar. Fr. Kubicki draws from these immeasurable treasures to teach us how to sanctify our day to God. In this resourceful book, such daily messages shine with a splendor that will inspire us to enrich our own daily offerings with renewed devotion and wisdom.”