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The Child of God By Mother Mary Loyola
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This book is a collection of talks for children about the meaning of baptism. It was the first to officially bear the name of its author, Mother Mary Loyola, a nun from York, England. Having written... More > other very successful books which were published under the name of their editor, Father Herbert Thurston, S.J., she was finally pressed to issue this book under her own name. She went on to write over a dozen books for adults and children alike, each of which is as delightful as the last. This book is a photographic reprint of the 1913 edition by Benziger Brothers.< Less
The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius: Or Manresa (Hardcover) By St. Ignatius of Loyola & Father Elder Mullan
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The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius remain an abiding source of inspiration and wisdom for Christians in the modern day who wish to be closer oriented to God and his Kingdom. Ignatius of Loyola... More > was initially a Spanish page in service of a knight, who later became a knight himself. Ambitious and eager for fame and glory, Loyola was gravely injured when a cannonball collided with his legs, leaving his left leg multiple fractures. The surgery of the time was crude; he would walk again, but with a permanent, pronounced limp. As he lay convalescing, Loyola experienced a series of visions. Being as the hospitals of the era were run by religious orders he spent weeks bedridden, reading the many texts concerning Jesus Christ and the saints. This experience buoyed and inspired Loyola to lead his life in the same fashion as the heroic saints; living to spread the holy word and undertake great pilgrimages.< Less
The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius: Or Manresa By St. Ignatius of Loyola & Father Elder Mullan
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The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius remain an abiding source of inspiration and wisdom for Christians in the modern day who wish to be closer oriented to God and his Kingdom. Ignatius of Loyola... More > was initially a Spanish page in service of a knight, who later became a knight himself. Ambitious and eager for fame and glory, Loyola was gravely injured when a cannonball collided with his legs, leaving his left leg multiple fractures. The surgery of the time was crude; he would walk again, but with a permanent, pronounced limp. As he lay convalescing, Loyola experienced a series of visions. Being as the hospitals of the era were run by religious orders he spent weeks bedridden, reading the many texts concerning Jesus Christ and the saints. This experience buoyed and inspired Loyola to lead his life in the same fashion as the heroic saints; living to spread the holy word and undertake great pilgrimages.< Less

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