The Year of Faith is meant to support the faith of believers who, in their daily trials, never cease to entrust their lives to the Lord Jesus, with courage and conviction. That precisely is the purpose of this book. It is a rediscovery of faith and its joys, and a renewed encounter with Christ. It is a useful help for Biblical reﬂection on faith, for personal or group meditation and prayer, and for preaching. Through this book the readers will be able, at least in some measure, to taste and see how good the Lord is, and to savour the sweetness of our faith and to give their lives a better Christian ﬂavour. They will discover with delight that faith does make a vital difference in every aspect of life.
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Who is the Devil?
In these terrifying pages written over half a century ago, Nicolas Corte gives you incontrovertible proof that Satan exists, that he and his legions of devils assault you daily, and that by means of relentless attacks- overwhelming and subtle- they intend to corrupt you, damn you, and drag you into Hell along with those you love and all the rest of mankind.
Communion of the Saints; Foundation, Nature, and Structure of the Church
This book offers a comprehensive panorama of modern Roman Catholic ecclesiology as it springs from the vision proclaimed by the Second Vatican Council in Lumen Gentium.
Women of Destiny
what strong women of the old testament were! the roles that many of them were asked to play were difficult and challenging ones, but they were able to rise to the cult and challenging ones, but they were able to rise to the occasion. if they could not win by frontal assault, they won by charm or convincing. these were not plastic saints whose lives bear no resemblance to our own. in spite of the fact that thousands of years separate them from us, they seem as real as our next-door neighbors. read this book and know more
Interior Castle St Teresa Of Avila
Interior Castle describes the seven stages of union with God. Using everyday Language to explain difficult theological concepts, Teresa of Avila compares the contemplative life to a castle with seven chambers. Tracing the passage of the soul through each successive chamber, she draws a powerful picture of the path toward spiritual perfection.