Francis of Assisi and Teresa of Calcutta—two Saints who lived seven centuries apart! Yet they had a lot in common and their lives had tremendous impact on the people of their time. Two revolutionaries—rebels, if you wish—who had the courage to embark on radical ways of following Christ. In this beautiful book Fr Aloysius Kattady compares and contrasts the two lives, highlighting how each of them, though in different epochs and cultures, lived out the Gospel values in a radical and heroic way. The author goes on to analyze how these two lives were characterized by poverty, humility and service in a world caught up in the grip of greed, luxury, power and pleasure. As you finish this book, you will feel grateful to the author because the lives of Francis and Teresa will have touched yours—and deeply indeed!
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The Confessions Saint Augustine (2nd Edition)
Augustine's confessions has been much translated: but it is no exaggeration to say that sister Maria Boulding's version is of a different level of excellence from practically anything else on the market.....All in all, this is a splendid rendering of a classic that never cease to move and astonish, and will, I hope, commend it to many new audiences.
Living Flame of Love
The poem Living Flame of Love, describes longing for total intimacy with God, without barriers; through purgation of sense and spirit, the aspiring soul now enjoys such contemplation of divine love that it savours the joys of eternal life.
Saints To lean on Spiritual Companions For Illness and Disability
Since no one lives an entire lifetime without travail of some kind, them all should seek a deeper spiritual understanding of suffering. Mc Grane brings it all together redemptive suffering and radical trust this is how Jesus works through others for our good through one who suffers, a treasure for the suffering.
St. Joseph Catholic Manual
New handy booklet for every Catholic. It offers a digest of the most important Catholic beliefs, the most popular Catholic prayers, and the most prominent Catholic practices.