Dally Reflections with the Saints A beautifully illustrated prayer book containing a reflection and prayer focusing on the saints for each day of the month. Every prayer is written out of deep love for and devotion to the Saints who are our guides to and intercessors with Jesus.
Studying The Life Of Saint Francis Of Assisi
A Beginner's Workbook is an invaluable guide. Br. Bill Hugo takes pains not to interject his own person between the voyager and saint Francis. Rather, he provides the tools and maps out a route for one to discover for her/himself the person of Francis.
St Thomas more
Thomas More was born in London in 1478. He attended Oxford University and practised law in London. After the death of his first wife, Thomas married Alice Middleton who cared for his four small children. In the autumn of 1529 Thomas succeeded Cardinal Wolsey as Lord Chancellor of England. Thomas disagreed with King Henry on the question of the King dissolving his marriage to Catherine of Aragon. Within two years Thomas resigned as Lord Chancellor and retired from public life. In 1534 Parliament passed the Act of Supremacy making the King head of the English Church. Thomas was asked to subscribe to the oath, he refused and was charged with high treason. After a year in prison in the Tower of London he stood trial at Westminster Hall. On July 6, 1535 Thomas was executed on Tower Hill in London.
What the Saints Said About Heaven
everyone hops to go to heaven, but what do we really know about it? there are thrilling promises inScripture but not an abundance of detail about the nature of heavenly existence. Another source of insight and hope can be found in the writing of the saints throughout history. this book combines scriptural passages, saintly writings, and prayers from the heart, all organized into daily meditation format. read this book and understand more..
Life of St Ignatius of Loyola
few saints in the entire history of the church have been more influential on the lives of Catholics than has St Ignatius. for it was his genius that gave the church and the world two great contributions: first was his spiritual exercises, through the use of which he raised himself, as well as members of his society, to great sanctity, and by means of which many great saints and apostolic people have formed themselves.