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2 edition of Stations of the heart found in the catalog.

Stations of the heart

parting with a son

by Richard Lischer

  • 239 Want to read
  • 18 Currently reading

Published by Alfred A. Knopf in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Patients,
  • Cancer,
  • Family relationships,
  • Christianity,
  • Fathers and sons,
  • Bereavement

  • About the Edition

    Describes the author"s wrenching loss of his son to melanoma, a tragedy also marked by the imminent birth of another child and the spiritual lessons imparted by the young man throughout the end of his life.

    Edition Notes

    StatementRichard Lischer
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8080.L57 A3 2013
    The Physical Object
    Pagination251 p. ;
    Number of Pages251
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26643971M
    ISBN 100307960536
    ISBN 109780307960535
    OCLC/WorldCa793578873

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“Stations of the Heart is a book after my own heart, profound, gorgeous, deeply spiritual and human, beautifully written, heartbreaking, but also, because of the writer's wisdom and spirit, triumphant."—Anne Lamott. “Quite extraordinary Lischer’s only son, Adam, died of rapidly metastasizing melanoma in /5(54).

The author plays off of Stations of the Cross, something any Catholic can understand. The journey through cancer via heart based paths and his son's acceptance of Catholicism, is heart wrenching at times. This book pointed out that being a Christian can be an incredible place.

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STATIONS OF THE HEART PARTING WITH A SON by Richard Lischer ‧ RELEASE DATE: Jan. 24, A father’s deeply felt memoir of witnessing his son’s final months and grieving at the young man’s death. Stations of the Heart: Stories and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

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Honest in its every dimension, Stations of the Heart is an unforgettable book about life and death and the terrible blessing of saying good-bye.5/5(1). Richard Lischer has 13 books on Goodreads with ratings. Richard Lischer’s most popular book is Stations of the Heart: Parting with a Son.

Stations of the Heart by Darlene Madott - Book Launch October 3, Stations of the Heart (Exile Editions, ) is a series of personal pilgrimages, abou. Part elegy, part memoir, part theological exploration, Stations of the Heart might best be described as a love letter exploring the bond between a father and a son, a love that also reaches up to heaven and out to touch the reader.

Richard Lischer’s son, Adam, suffered from a recurrence of cancer when he was 33 years old. *audio book review* Read Steelheart they said. It will be fun they said.

Sure it was fun. So much fun. But it was also very, very heart wrenching. This was an absolutely phenomenal novel to audio book.

Until the time I was listening to it while driving to pick up some Indian food for dinner and crying uncontrollably because of things that were /5. Stations of the Heart is a father’s heartbreaking and hopeful story about his beloved son, in which a young man teaches his family “a new way to die” with wit, candor, and grace.

As the book opens, Richard Lischer’s son, Adam, calls to tell his father, a professor of divinity at Duke University, that his cancer has returned.

Richard Lischer's new book, Stations of the Heart: Parting with a Son, describes the lived suffering and healing in a family and community of faith. He invites all of us to be part of the conversation. It is a conversation about crosses and the heart of the Christian faith/5.

Stations of the Heart is a father’s heartbreaking and hopeful story about his beloved son, in which a young man teaches his family "a new way to die" with wit, candor, and grace.

As the book opens, Richard Lischer’s son, Adam, calls to tell his father, a professor of divinity at Pages: Focusing on the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the stations affirm how he gave up his body—his very heart—out of love for all.

Originally written by Rev. Will Prospero, S.J. (), and edited by Rev. James Kubicki, S.J., former national director of the Apostleship of Prayer (now the Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network), these stations are already. Stations of the Heart is a father's heartbreaking and hopeful story about his beloved son, in which a young man teaches his family "a new way to die" with wit, candor, and grace.

As the book opens, Richard Lischer's son, Adam, calls to tell his father, a professor of divinity at Duke University, that his cancer has returned/5(). “Stations of the Heart is a book after my own heart, profound, gorgeous, deeply spiritual and human, beautifully written, heartbreaking, but also, because of the writer's wisdom and spirit, triumphant."—Anne Lamott “Quite extraordinary Lischer’s only son, Adam, /5(51).

Richard Lischer's new book, Stations of the Heart: Parting with a Son, describes the lived suffering and healing in a family and community of faith. He invites all of us to be part of the conversation. It is a conversation about crosses and the heart of the Christian faith/5(51).

About the Edition Describes the author's wrenching loss of his son to melanoma, a tragedy also marked by the imminent birth of another child and the spiritual lessons imparted by the young man throughout the end of his : Richard Lischer. "Stations of the Heart is a book after my own heart, profound, gorgeous, deeply spiritual and human, beautifully written, heartbreaking, but also, because of the writer's wisdom and spirit, triumphant."—Anne Lamott "Quite extraordinary Lischer’s only son, Adam, Format: Ebook.

In Roxas's case, this first Dive to the Heart is merely a memory of Sora's, and he enters his true dive three days later. The Dive to the Heart is composed of several enormous, illuminated stained-glass pillars known as "Stations", rising from unseen depths. Each Station has a unique shade, depicts a specific set of characters, and has its own Romaji: Daibu tâ zâ Hâto.

Stations of the Heart: Parting with a Son. On ApLischer, who teaches at Duke Divinity School, received a call from his son, Adam, that no parent ever wants to receive.Praise for Richard Lischer’s Stations of the Heart “Stations of the Heart is a book after my own heart, profound, gorgeous, deeply spiritual and human, beautifully written, heartbreaking, but also, because of the writer's wisdom and spirit, triumphant."—Anne Lamott “Quite extraordinary.Stations of the Heart | Stations of the Heart is a father's heartbreaking and hopeful story about his beloved son, in which a young man teaches his family "a new way to die" with wit, candor, and grace.

As the book opens, Richard Lischer's son, Adam, calls to tell his father, a professor of divinity at Duke University, that his cancer has : Vintage.