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Tending the Temple: 365 Days of Spiritual and Physical Devotions

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Best-selling Catholic author and speaker Kevin Vost ("Fit for Eternal Life and Memorize the Faith") takes the daily devotional to the next level: the fitness level!
Together with popular author and fitness devotee Shane Kapler ("The God Who Is Love") and fitness expert and best-selling author Peggy Bowes ("The Rosary Workout"), Vo
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Paperback, 382 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Bezalel Books
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Steven R. McEvoy
Dec 31, 2012 Steven R. McEvoy rated it it was amazing
I have read a number of daily devotional books by such authors as Oswald Chambers, John Eldredge, and Billy Graham, but there are not that many quality ones written by, or specifically for, Catholics. Of those that are, the only one I have used more than once is In Conversation with God by Francis Fernandez Carvajal, and it is 6 plus pages per day. This one will be reread each day for the next few years, maybe even longer. In the intro, the authors state that each month has a special dedication ...more
Steven R. McEvoy
I have read a number of daily devotional books by such authors as Oswald Chambers, John Eldredge, and Billy Graham, but there are not that many quality ones written by, or specifically for, Catholics. Of those that are, the only one I have used more than once is In Conversation with God by Francis Fernandez Carvajal, and it is 6 plus pages per day. This one will be reread each day for the next few years, maybe even longer. In the intro, the authors state that each month has a special dedication ...more
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Kevin Vost, Psy. D. (b. 1961) has taught psychology at the University of Illinois at Springfield, Lincoln Land Community College, and MacMurray College. He is a Research Review Committee Member for American Mensa, which promotes the scientific study of human intelligence.

He enjoys reading the Classics (especially Aristotle and the Stoics) and St. Thomas Aquinas in his spare time.
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