A Rosary Narrative for Meditation
A delightful read as well as a simple guide for one of the most popular prayers in Christendom, the Rosary Narrative is seemingly written in real time. The author's unique way with words brings to life the scenes and conversations described in each mystery along with the atmosphere in which they take place. His pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 1993 helps to visualize and authenticate the various places in the story.
A retired commercial artist by trade, and having worked in various dimensions, Mr. Leskowicz is able to bring his experience to bear in the reality of making words come alive even to the extent of the various paintings illustrated inside that punctuate each mystery. In addition, his numerous pilgrimages to Medugorje has helped him to cultivate a genuine fondness for Our Lady's rosary.
Highly recommended for your prayerful experience.
Well written, very believable…piques one's interest in the Rosary story.
I particularly liked the historical background and geography where each event took place.
This is one of the best Rosary Narrative I have ever read. I strongly recommend it to everyone. Thank you for letting me read it, and I can't wait to get the book when it comes out!
The "Rosary Narrative for Meditation" is a remarkable literary piece whereby the author's use of words brings alive events in the life of Jesus as they might have happened.
The Rosary Meditation is like no other as it is written in plain language for easy reading, and it is extremely enjoyable. It is ideal for rosary groups.
The author is most blessed and gifted by our Lord as he speaks to us through him.
I was pleasantly surprised how easy the read is on the eyes. It's simply written and understandable for any age group. It does make the mind work on the scene though, a sure sign that it describes the scenario well with good descriptors.
Knowing a little of the history and the people therein, I could see how close to the real history you have incorporated in the narrative.
You do have a real talent for writing, Adam, and this is true. Cultivate it.
-James Semertzides, MD, FACP, FACC