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- Domenico Mangano lived his life in such a way as to communicate God's love to all who crossed his path.
- The New York Times called Chiara Lubich ‘one of the most influential women in the Catholic Church’. This biography transports readers inside the story of a young woman, born to a poor family in Trent, who felt called to dedicate her life to God.
- Richard Deats’ analysis of Gandhi’s search for God and the value of nonviolence is very readable and insightful. Gandhi always believed one cannot find God without first understanding and living a nonviolent lifestyle. This book shows us the way to higher thinking and higher living.
- An insider’s look at Merton by one of his brothers who lived in the same community. Basil Pennington takes us on a whirlwind review of the seasons of Merton’s life and work, showing us how this great soul was formed and drawn into God.
- This is the first biography of Igino Giordani to appear in English. Preface by Dr Robert Runcie
- The author began life as a bricklayer, became a war hero, worked as a journalist against Fascism. His diary begins in WWII with his burning desire to love God and a conviction that married life is a way to sanctity.
- Richard Deats’ biography of Martin Luther King Jr brings King’s spirit alive to a new generation. King’s belief in the sanctity of life and the spirit of love and compassion inspire us all and challenge each new generation to begin again the quest for truth and justice.
- Maurus Green tells the story of Eddie McCaffrey, who suffered from Muscular Dystrophy, but who found a way to make his suffering into a source of life for himself and for many others.