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Spiritual Reading, What are you Reading?
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poche said:
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I am reading the Book of Deuteronomy.


I have finished the Book of Deuteronomy and now I am reading the Book of Joshua.


I have finished the Book of Joshua and I am now reading the First Book of Samuel. 

Posted Dec 9, 2016, 4:55 am
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A friend in Wisconsin sent me the English abridged version of the Catechism of Perseverance by Mons. Gaume. I was able to find the 10 volume series in Portuguese online. This work is outstanding. The original was in French. If you can find the complete version, it is a true treasure that will enhance your spiritual understanding.

The abridged version is good. It is very much abbreviated, however. The 10 volume series is one of the best spiritual readings and easy to understand. Find it and read it!
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We conclude logically that religion can give an efficacious and truly realistic answer to the great modern problems only if it is a religion that is profoundly lived, not simply a superficial and cheap religion made up of some vocal prayers and some cerem

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The Dove with the Scarlet Collar, The Life of Mother Mary Elias of the the Blessed Sacrament, OCD, by Mother Teresa of Jesus, OCD.

Mexican-born in 1879, she lived through the revolution in Mexico, and the terrible persecution of the Church and escaped with her sisters to safety in Cuba, and later to the US where she established four Carmels.

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