SKU: 8258 | ISBN: 0000764802291
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The Eternal Drama of the Cross! This inspiring book, written in 1946 by one of the Church's most prolific authors, discusses faith and the vital part it plays in our modern world. Using the stories of many of those who were influential in the life and death of Our Lord, Bishop Sheen gives us a better understanding of the Faith.
Recognizing that the challenges and pressures of society make it difficult for many to maintain their religious belief, Sheen takes you back to Calvary where he dramatically brings to life brief but penetrating characterizations of many of those who played important roles in the Passion. Their stories teach us about trust, despair, egotism, power; politics, doubt, love, repentance, and more.
Archbishop Sheen gives inspiration to all. To those who may be wavering in their beliefs, he brings comfort and strength. To others, he reaffirms the knowledge that the true Faith is the most powerful weapon in the world today.
94 pages, softcover
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