Wait With Me, Jason Gaboury. Downers Grove: InterVarsity Press/Formatio, 2020. Summary: Proposes that the experience of loneliness is an invitation to grow in our friendship with God. “To be human is to be lonely.” These words, spoken by Friar Ugo, the author’s spiritual director, open the book. Jason Gaboury, perhaps like all of us, experienced loneliness […]
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