This prayer book is made up of reflections which it is hoped will provoke us to meditation and communion with God, so that we will not only speak to Him, but also listen to Him when He speaks to us.
Archbishop Fulton Sheen wrote his pocket-sized prayerbook during World War II for those who were fighting and dying on battlefields afar. He hoped it would help them put on the armor of God as they faced their new trials, both physical and spiritual. Archbishop Fulton Sheen's prayers are just as meaningful today as our country fights in many foreign lands.
The Appendix includes a list of the 10 Commandments, prayers and hymns for Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament, and a short biography of Archbishop Fulton Sheen.
|By:||stan (Texas, August 22, 2011)|
|Review:||I served in the Army for 30 years and am still a civil servant witht he US Army, this book is as true today as it was when it was written in a time of war. The book gives me great strength and the ability to know I believe in something larger than myself. I recommend this book to anyone that serves mankind. Very down to earth and easy to understand. Best Uses: Older Readers, Reference, Special Needs, Younger Readers; Describe Yourself: Casual Reader; Pros: Deserves Multiple Readings, Easy To Read, Informative, Page-Turner|
|By:||daughter of Mama Mary (Pennsylvania, November 5, 2008)|
|Review:||Wonderful-Bishop Sheen's words are hopeful - but unwavering and thought provoking. Great book to ready your soul for what is on the a horizon.|