Description: Many people think of prayer and worship in terms that are too narrow. Sometimes they also entertain presuppositions about prayer and worship that need to be expanded and critiqued and challenged to make them more mature and informed. This book seeks to address these issues. It is an invitation to engage with prayer and worship in ways that enlarge our capacity to think about, address, and encounter God through liturgy and theology, the arts and poetry, as well as basic critical thinking. About the Contributor(s): Owen F. Cummings is a permanent deacon of the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City, and is Regents' Professor of Theology at Mount Angel Seminary in Oregon. He has authored twelve books in the areas of theology and church history, including Eucharistic Doctors: A Theological History and Coming to Christ.