5 edition of François Mauriac found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|2||Collection Unichamp -- v.10|
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He also wrote of his creation that he "wanted her end to be a Christian one". the non-listed on Amazon "River of Fire," most highly. " He writes from a place of the crucified child in each of us. None of the sequels really add very much to our understanding of the character. He remembered how much this revelation had cost Him and knew how many should had forsaken Him that day.
Already, in the thought of the One who pronounced the words, millions of priests are bending over the chalice, millions of virgins are watching before the tabernacle. 1936The New York Times observed: "It tells, perhaps unconsciously, the story of a sincere man's struggle to find peace and rest for his tortured soul.
Did I speak to him of that other Jew, this crucified brother who perhaps resembled him and whose cross conquered the world? If the Eternal is the Eternal, the last word for each one of us belongs to Him.
The successful conversationalist says unusual things in a usual way. He brought the French version to Mauriac, who helped him find a publisher and contributed the foreword, writing: And I, who believe that God is love, what answer could I give my young François Mauriac, whose dark eyes still held the reflection of that angelic sadness which had appeared one day upon the face of the hanged child? Mauriac, who won the 1952 Nobel Prize for literature, later said of Therese that what she needed was a priest-confessor who truly represented Christ.
Blue teaches us that we act in mercy out of love of God which is translated into François Mauriac of neighbor. Both Pope-Emeritus Benedict XVI and Pope Francis have urged Catholics to read this important, prophetic novel.
This is a tough book to read, but I think it can give an illustration of the difficulties faced by the early Catholic missionaries to North America.
Scott, Malcolm 1980 , Mauriac: The Politics of a Novelist, ,• The English translation is by Sophia Institute Press, who published this edition in 1991 with a brief preface meditation by Mother Teresa of Calcutta.