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15 Days of Prayers with The Cure' of Ars
New City Press / 2008 / Paperback
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Follow in the footsteps of Saint John Vianney. Known as the Curé of Ars (Parish Priest of the town of Ars), Saint John Mary Vianney had great difficulties in studying for the priesthood, having actually been dismissed from seminary for failure to grasp Latin. However, he persevered and was ordained in 1815. People soon noticed that he prayed with great fervor and celebrated Mass with deep devotion. His reputation as a great Confessor became well known and soon penitents by the thousands came from all over France to attend his Mass. In 15 Days of Prayer With the Curé of Ars, you'll read a brief biography and 15 meditations, each with a focus point and a reflection guide. Paperback.
15 Days of Prayer Collection Now distributed by New City Press, this popular series is perfect for those looking for an introduction to a particular spiritual guide, those searching for gift ideas and those who merely wish to know more about the person and his or her spirituality. Additional volume planned in 2 to 3 months intervals. Each volume contains: A brief biography of the saint or spiritual leader introduced in that volume A guide to creating a format for prayer and retreat 15 meditation sessions with focus points and reflection guides Follow in the footsteps of Saint John Mary Vianney Known popularly as the Cure of Ars (Parish Priest of the town of Ars), Saint John Mary Vianney had great difficulties in studying for the priesthood, having actually been dismissed from seminary for failure to grasp Latin. However, he persevered and after some private tutoring, was reaccepted and ordained in 1815. People soon noticed that he prayed with great recollection and celebrated Mass with deep devotion. Very soon, the Cure of Ars had won the hearts of all. Focus your life on the mercy of the Lord The reputation of Saint John Mary Vianney blossomed, and soon penitents by the thousands came from all over France to attend his Mass. Eventually, the Cure of Ars became a Secular Franciscan (as they are called today) but remained in the parish and continued to work a 20-hour day, much of which was spent hearing confessions. He lived like that until he was 73 years old. Finally, worn out and exhausted, the Cure of Ars passed away in 1859. Today, he is honored as the patron saint of parish priests. Enjoy your time with Saint John Mary Vianney and be prepared to be surprised as you journey with one of the most engaging spiritual figures of all time.
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