The Geography of God's Mercy Stories of Compassion and Mercy

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Stories of Compassion and Mercy
The Geography of God's Mercy

Award-winning author Patrick Hannon offers The Geography of God's Mercy — a collection of personal stories that delve into the deeper meaning and importance of forgiveness.

Hannon's The Geography of God's Mercy secures his growing reputation as one of the finest storytellers of our time. Whether it is a young bowler who is dying in "That's the Deal" or an Irish kid who covets and American visitor's high school baseball cap, the characters in Hannon's prose come alive in ways that are touching, insightful, and full of grace.

Hannon uses the topography to illuminate and organize his stories — the forest, the sea, the desert, the mountains, the rivers, the plains and the valleys. Each story portrays real people in need of compassion or forgiveness. The subjects of his stories always find what they're looking for eventually, as the mercy of God reveals itself...often in unexpected ways.

Patrick Hannon is a Holy Cross priest from Oakland, California. He has ministered in Portland, Oregon; South Bend, Indiana; Chicago, Illinois; and Colorado Springs, Colorado. His debut book, Running into the Arms of God, won first place in the First Time Author of a Book category of the 2006 Catholic Press Association Book Awards.

Format: Hardcover book
Product code: AP110
Dimensions: 6" x 8"
Length: 160 pages
ACTA Publications
ISBN: 978-0-87946-333-5
Written by Patrick Hannon