If you are looking for something good read - do I have a couple suggestions. From Fr. James Martin,sj, "A Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything." The title itself makes me smile! In Martin’s usual style he brings us in touch with the Jesuit goal of “finding God in all things.” Ignatius’ insights as valid and needed today as they where 460 years ago. Martin shows us how we can find God and how God can find us.
My next suggestion comes from Franciscan, Fr. Richard Rohr. His book “The Naked Now”, helps us to become truly present so we can “know the Real Presence.” Drawing on the work from the Gospels and the great contemplatives of our church. Rohr challenges his reader to slow down and to take stock of that which is essential—our relationship with our God.
In “Water, Wind, Earth & Fire” Benedictine Oblate, Christine Paintner, introduces us to praying with the elements. Her guided contemplative exercises offers us a way to become more aware of the nearness of God in our day to day life