Through the Year with Fulton Sheen is Sheen at his best — the master storyteller, preacher and faithful servant of Christ with a word of encouragement, counsel and direction for each day of the year. With characteristic insight and eloquence, he penetrates to the heart of the Christian life with reﬂections on love, holiness, spiritual power, miracles and Christ-like living. These daily selections will provide you with a fresh perspective on what it means to be a Catholic, on the challenge of serving God and the blessings of living a grace-ﬁlled life. Fulton Sheen has inspired, entertained and instructed millions of people who have heard him preach. The author of more than seventy books, he died in 1979 at the age of eighty-four. His career in television, radio, preaching and Writing has made his name a household Word to an international audience. His best-known books include Life ls Worth Living and Treasure in Clay.
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Road To Success
Napoleon Hill interviewed self made men such as Andrew Carnegie, John. D. Rockefeller, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and George Eastman to understand the philosophy of success. This book contains their principles of achievement, curated by hill to share with the world and help others increase positive outcomes.
Titles of Jesus
DateDecember 9, 2020 CategoryInspirational & Christian Living, Modern Books & Spirituality, Spiritual Pearls, Spiritual
A pertinent question each Christian must ask is: How much do I really know of Jesus? Certainly, we know the infancy narrative, the miracles and the more common sayings of Jesus. Is that really enough? St. Paul in his letter to the Romans writes, “And how are they to believe in one of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone to proclaim him”? This book is intended to do that proclamation. It is prepared with the purpose of introducing the reader to the majesty and splendor of the person of Jesus. The Titles of Jesus will help all of us to understand more deeply the person of Jesus so that with St. Paul we can affirm, “I am not ashamed to know the one in whom I have put the trust.”
Five pillars of the spiritual life
This book is a jump start to a deeper spiritual life for today's active people, and it will en flame the desire to read the masters and to enter even more deeply into the heart of God. St Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Jesuits, espoused the ideal of becoming contemplatives in action.
Hospitality: A key to Eternity.
A book that showcases both the godly face of hospitality and the humaneness of this holy virtue! Tracing the development of this virtue right across the Bible, the book takes the reader on a journey of delightful encounters so to say. As one reads through one starts becoming familiar with the different aspects and varied facets of the virtue of hospitality. One begins to see it as a key to the House of Divinity. Hospitality is evidenced as a key responsibility at a time when inhospitable traits rule the human psyche. Interestingly, the New Testament brings us face to face with Jesus' own teaching on hospitality. And as one begins to revel in the brand of hospitality associated with Jesus, the stranger in the person one encounters gives way to Jesus the guest who, in turn, brings us a taste of redeeming hospitality. Given the kind of hospitality Jesus himself was