We are one – not just all human beings, but all creation, the entire universe. We live in and through a complex set of relationships we hardly notice. These insights affirmed by new physics and old mystics alike provide the foundation for Quantum Grace, a book of compelling daily Lenten reflections.
Author Judy Cannato invites us during the season of Lent to look at our beliefs, decisions, and actions and the ways they affect our personal lives and the lives of others. She shows us that “remaining vulnerable to the divine presence, allowing God to expose the places in our hearts that suffer from the illusion that we are separate and apart – this is the real work of Lent, and it is a co-creative activity that requires us to be honest with God so that God can be honest with us.”
Intended for individual reflection, but also ideal for group use, Quantum Grace offers a unique and valuable approach to the Lenten experience.
Judy Cannato (1949-2011) was an author, retreat facilitator, and spiritual director best known for her work connecting the New Cosmology with Christian spirituality. She was an associate member of the Congregation of St Joseph and worked at River’s Edge wellness centre in Cleveland. Cannato traveled extensively throughout the United States giving lectures, workshops, and retreats, and her work was awarded by the Catholic Press Association. She died after a battle with cancer on May 7, 2011, and is survived by her husband and two grown sons.