Veritas to Publish New Book from John O’Donohue and John Quinn

JOD outdoor portrait with flash CroppedVeritas is proud to announce the forthcoming publication of Walking on the Pastures of Wonder: John O’Donohue in Conversation with John Quinn, a poignant and inspirational collection of radio conversations and presentations from philosopher, poet and bestselling author John O’Donohue, who passed away in 2008 at the age of just 52.

Based on his radio work with former RTÉ broadcaster John Quinn over a period of five years, John O’Donohue explores themes such as wonder, landscape, the medieval mystic Meister Eckhart, ageing and death.

The material, largely unpublished previously, is interspersed with a selection of John’s ‘Blessings’ from his book Benedictus.

A book of great insight and riches, presented in John’s inimitable lyrical style, Walking in the Pastures of Wonder will do much to feed the ‘unprecedented spiritual hunger’ that John had observed in modern society.

Published with the blessing of the O’Donohue estate, this book also contains a moving foreword from John’s brother, Pat.

It is scheduled for publication on Thursday, 12 March 2015.

About the Authors
John Quinn is a former RTÉ radio broadcaster. Previous publications by Veritas include Goodnight Ballivor, I’ll Sleep in Trim, also the subject of a TG4 documentary, Letters to Olive: Sea of Love, Sea of Loss, Seed of Love, Seed of Life and Credo: Personal Testimonies of Faith.

John O’Donohue passed away in January 2008. Recognised by many as one of the most charismatic, inspirational writers of his day, his books on Celtic spirituality, including Benedictus and Anam Cara, became bestselling titles.


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