THE ILLUSTRATED ROSARY FOR CHILDREN BOOK by Catholic Book Publishing Corp

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Format
Hardcover
ISBN
9780882712154
Language
English
Country/Region of Manufacture
United States
Age Level
Ages 7 and up
MPN
9780882712154
Topic
Fiction Mystery & Adventure

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THE ILLUSTRATED ROSARY FOR CHILDREN BOOK
by Catholic Book Publishing Corp 



Product Details:
Publisher: Regina Press
Released Year: :2006.
Format: Hardback
Number of Pages: 32
 Size: 5 x 7 
ISBN-10: 0882712152 
ISBN-13: 9780882712154

 

Excerpts from this Book:
 "I never found anyone so religious and devout as not to have sometimes a subtraction of grace, or feel a diminution of fervor. No saint was ever so highly rapt and illuminated as not to be tempted sooner or later. For he is not worthy of the high contemplation of God who has not, for God’s sake, been exercised with some tribulation."
— Thomas à Kempis, p. 65

 "A man must go through a long and great conflict in himself before he can learn fully to overcome himself, and to draw his whole affection towards God. When a man stands upon himself he is easily drawn aside after human comforts. But a true lover of Christ, and a diligent pursuer of virtue, does not hunt after comforts, nor seek such sensible sweetnesses, but is rather willing to bear strong trials and hard labors for Christ."
— Thomas a' Kempis, p. 64

"Therefore, when God gives spiritual comfort, receive it with thanksgiving, but know that it is the bounty of God, not thy merit. Be not puffed up, be not overjoyed, nor vainly presume, but rather be the more humble for this gift and the more cautious and fearful in all thine actions; for this hour will pass away and temptation will follow. When comfort shall be taken away from thee, do not presently despair; but wait with humility and patience for the heavenly visit, for God is able to restore thee a greater consolation. This is no new thing, nor strange to those who have experienced the ways of God: for the great saints and ancient prophets have often felt this kind of variety."
— Thomas à Kempis, p. 64