Written by Felix Carroll, Loved, Lost, Found is a collection of beautiful stories of everyday people who discover God's extraordinary mercy. They include a former abortionist, a blind man, an unfaithful husband, a former cult member, a rape victim, a prisoner, a former "workaholic," and a survivor of the "Miracle on the Hudson" plane crash, among others.
The book begins with a story about Maureen Digan, whose miraculous healing in 1981 led to the beatification of Sr. Maria Faustina Kowalska. Now recognized as a saint, this nun's revelations in the 1930s, known today as the message of Divine Mercy, play a major role in each one of the conversion stories in this collection. Through St. Faustina, Jesus reiterates for our times the Gospel message that He is Love and Mercy itself, calling us to turn to Him in trust, receive His mercy, and extend His mercy to others.
About the Author
Felix Carroll has twice been named Writer of the Year by the New York Press Association. He also won an award for Best Feature Writing from the National Press Association and several writing awards from the Catholic Press Association. His work appears regularly in Marian Helper magazine and DivineMercy.org. Felix's uncanny ability to speak directly to the reader through his exceptional storytelling style has enabled him to reach thousands, perhaps millions, of people seeking to enrich their experience of Divine Mercy.