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The Five Promises of Baptism How to Understand Them and Make Them Real

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The Five Promises of Baptism
How to Understand Them and Make Them Real
$3.50 - $5.00

All the Good News is enfolded in the mystery of Baptism.

This is an encouraging presentation that reveals the five mysteries and commitments of Baptism as five promises God makes to us when we are baptized. It also teaches us to recognize them as five “ordinary” mystical experiences inherent in every authentic Christian life.

Father David Knight helps you understand, appreciate, and live the five mysteries, the five promises inherent in Baptism. He shows you a simple—but meaningful—way to make your spirituality your way of life by making it your conscious focus to live out your Baptism. This is a book about promises... promises made to you by God and promises made to God by you. And this is the foundation and the goal of everyone striving to live a "life of grace."

We recommend this book as a follow-up to Reaching Jesus, for RCIA candidates, and for parents of the newly baptized. Perfect for group discussion or individual faith enrichment.

Format: Paperback book
Product code: DK505
Dimensions: 5.4" x 8.2"
Length: 100 pages
Abbey Press
ISBN: 9780870295188
1-4 copies $5.00 each
5-9 copies $4.50 each
10-49 copies $4.00 each
50-99 copies $3.75 each
100+ copies $3.50 each
Written by Fr. David M. Knight


Bestselling author and spiritual writer FR. DAVID KNIGHT, who passed away in 2021, brought to his writing a varied background as a missionary, teacher, pastor, professor, retreat director, and campus minister. His landmark book, His Way: An Everyday Plan for Following Jesus, is used in diocesan renewal programs throughout North America. He has written for publications including U.S. Catholic, Marian Helper, The Sign, America, and Common Sense. Father Knight's ministry lives on through the nonprofit Immersed in Christ, based in Germantown, TN.

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