- Basics of Catholic Living
- Jumpstart your spiritual journey
- Implement the same habits that have been practiced by every saint
- A wonderful collection for any personal library
There are a handful of simple habits that have been practiced by every saint. Although holiness may seem out of reach, the easiest way to jumpstart your spiritual journey is to begin implementing these habits in your own life today.
In the spiritual life, if you learn to practice the basics well, God will fill you with the graces you need to persevere. That's why we've compiled this simple but powerful set of books in our Basics of Catholic Living Set. This is essential reading for any library. Indeed, you'll find yourself returning to these books time and time again.
Written by some of the Church's greatest saints and theologians, these short, accessible books will help you practice the basics of Christian living like a pro. Soon you'll find yourself deeply committed to Christ, engaged in an active prayer life, and regularly overcoming common challenges and obstacles that confront you along the way.
In short, read this essential set and you'll soon have a plan of action for developing the habits that are essential to living a Christian life that leads your soul to Heaven.
How to Make a Good Confession shows you how to carry the grace of Confession into your daily life & start winning your battles against sin
How to Pray Always offers sure ways to recollect yourself so that your prayers are richer and more productive
The Art of Loving God shows you how to avoid the distractions that trouble and weary your soul, and how you can focus your energy simply on loving God.
How to Make Sense of Suffering helps you see that misfortunes are not the blind workings of chance, but are vital elements in God's loving plan.
- How to Resist Temptation identifies for you the elements of temptation and offers practical advice on how to guard against even the unrecognized causes of temptation.
The brilliant authors included here are St. Francis De Sales, Fr. Raoul Plus, Marguerite Duportal, Fr. John A. Kane, and Fr. Francis J. Remler.
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