Does faith wear flip flops, and can you bring your Bible to the beach?
Editor Matt Gambino and producer Gina Christian asked Father Dennis Gill, director of the Philadelphia archdiocese’s Office for Divine Worship and the rector of the Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul. Father Gills explains that summer is a perfect time to draw closer to the Lord in new ways. (Read his column on the topic here.)
From early morning prayer walks to quiet evenings spent reading the word of God, the spirituality of this season can refresh the soul all year long.
Read a column by Father Dennis Gill on summertime spirituality.
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