“... an indispensable guide to the spiritual opportunities of married life. Intriguing examples show how the trials of love can lead beyond romantic illusions, to divine love.”

– Robert Johnson, Author of We: Understanding the Psychology of Romantic Love.

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The Sacred Dance

The Sacred Dance portrays a practical spirituality of everyday married life. It shows how marriage provides ideal conditions for spiritual vocation: a disciplined way of life that builds virtue and prompts spiritual awakening.

Marriage presents unique spiritual opportunities because our mates and God reach out to us in similar ways. Both solicit love, intimacy, surrender, integrity and more. The Sacred Dance reveals how to draw on the spiritual power of marriage to expand our capacity to give and receive love.

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“Here’s another important voice arguing the case for marriage. Read The Sacred Dance to learn how you can tap the spiritual power of committed love.”

–Maggie Gallagher, nationally syndicated columnist, and co-author of The Case for Marriage: Why Married People Are Happier, Healthier and Better Off Financially.

“We may fall in love, but when we pick ourselves up, we find a unique invitation to love in holiness and wholeness. Great book to get started on the real thing.”

–Gertrud Mueller Nelson, international lecturer on spirituality, and author of nine books including To Dance with God.

“In marriage, we learn how to love our (closest) neighbor as ourselves. Doing so, we discover how to love God.”

Excerpt from The Sacred Dance, Page 37

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