Why did the Merciful Saviour demand works of mercy of Saint Maria Faustina? Why does he demand the same of each of us? In I Demand Deeds of Mercy, we discover how the spiritual and corporal works of mercy fulfill the great commandment of love, helping us reveal and receive divine mercy. We also learn that it is not just our deeds that the Lord requires, but our words and our prayers. In responding to this gospel call, Saint Faustina is our model from feeding the hungry at the convent door to praying in chapel for the living and the dead. I Demand Deeds of Mercy will help you live the works of mercy, inspired by the Mercy Saint’s example.
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I Believe in Eternal Life
Drawing his inspiration from the last article of the Apostles' Creed ("I believe in eternal life")- Cardinal Martini introduces us in this book to some fundamental themes of Christian faith and hope: life after death, judgment, the resurrection. His reflections are prompted by the fear of death, which is a natural instinct, but which does not have to transform itself into an anguish that paralyzes the heart and mind.
The Abbess of Andalusia
Flannery O'Connor has been studied and lauded under many labels: the Southern author whose pen captured the soul of a proud region struggling to emerge out of racism and poverty, the female writer whose independent spirit and tragically short life inspired a generation of women, the catholic artist whose fiction evokes themes of sin and damnation, mercy and redemption
The Confessions St. Augustine
Written in the waning days of the Roman era, Augustine's Confessions are the moving diary of a soul's journey. From his earliest memories of childhood, through his turbulent and licentious youth, to his resolute conversion at the age of 32, Augustine traces a pilgrimage of unbounded grace. throughout, he passionately addresses the spiritual questions that have engaged thoughtful minds since the beginning of time.
Imitation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
this spirituality book pres3ents before us the entire school of true Christian holiness and the means and exercises necessary to attain sanctity. as no one shall enter heaven who is not perfect, then if we wish to attain to that perfection which will gain us entrance to eternal happiness with the blessed Trinity, with Jesus, with Our Lady, st. Joseph and all the saints and angels, we need to start in earnest and with a sure method to correct every aspect of our lives.