God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit. We've all heard the familiar description. But what does it really mean? And what difference does it make?
According to Mitch Finley, it matters only if we care about love, peace, and joy. In this lively yet informative discussion of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit and how they figure into the lives of Catholics today, Finley serves up a potpourri of down-to-earth commentary, thought-provoking reflections, and concrete evidence from the Catechism, Vatican II, and other sources. In his popular, reader-friendly style, he demonstrates how the seven gifts are the marks of God's image in us; they are the ways by which we form ourselves into a new person, conformed to the will of God and full of justice and holiness.