Lorene Hanley Duquin is a Catholic author and lecturer, who has worked in parishes and on a diocesan level.
She has been active in ministry to alienated Catholics since 1992 and is the author of 12 books, including a biography of Catherine de Hueck Doherty and a variety of how-to books on ministry topics.
Lorene conducts lectures and workshops at national and diocesan conferences in the United States and Canada. She also presents webinars on evangelization and stewardship topics for parish staff members and volunteers. She is trained as a bereavement counselor and has started bereavement ministries at parish and diocesan levels.
Her articles have appeared in a variety of secular and Catholic publications, including Catholic Digest, Our Sunday Visitor, Redbook, Family Circle, and many others.
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“Can you hear me, God?”
Sometimes we feel close to God in prayer. Sometimes we feel like he’s very distant. But one promise we have from the Lord is that he always listens.
In God Listens, you’ll find real-life stories of answered prayer. Author Lorene Hanley Duquin shares stories she has collected from real people — people praying for physical healing, people praying for wisdom in making an important life decision, people in need of spiritual healing, and many more. Each chapter focuses on different forms of prayer and includes practical ideas for using them in your own life.
God Listens and responds — sometimes just the way we want, and sometimes in unexpected ways, but always with deep and abiding love for us.