God seeks us and summons us in many and varied ways. One of the most endearing contributions of the Second Vatican Council was its clear reminder that we are all called by God to holiness. But his call doesn't (usually) come as a loud voice in the skies; we don't see visions in the night or hear voices in the tabernacle. Instead, God calls us through the people, events, and turning points in our daily lives.
In The Art of Self-Giving Love, Bill Huebsch helps us learn how to hear that call to holiness, and also how to respond to it. The response we are called to make is always the same: it is to die to ourselves, to practice self-giving love, to join ourselves with the paschal mystery of Christ and shed our very selves. This self-giving love is the pathway to holiness; Huebsch helps us to see it with clarity and embrace it as a lifestyle.