Reading For Lent
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Right now, besides the Bible, I'm reading St Bernadette Soubirous 1844-1879 by Francois Trochu, and finishing up The Story of a Family : The Home of St Therese of Lisieux by Father Stephane Joseph Piat.
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I'm reading Meditations on the Tarot, by Anonymous. I'm also reading The Eight Doors of the Kingdom: Meditations on the Beatitudes, by Jacques Philippe.
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(02-19-2021, 09:52 PM)Evangelium Wrote: I'm reading Meditations on the Tarot, by Anonymous.  

It was written by Valentin Tomberg, but originally published anonymously.
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I read Acts. And then a companion book.
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Autobiography of Saint Therese. Found it right here on Fisheaters. Also available here:
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The Devil. Father Delaporte
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The Confraternity of the Precious Blood edition of the Imitation of Christ.
Eternal Father, I offer Thee the most precious blood of Thy Divine Son, Jesus, in union with the Masses said Throughout the world today, for all the holy souls in Purgatory. Amen.
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(02-19-2021, 09:48 PM)Eric F Wrote: Right now, besides the Bible, I'm reading St Bernadette Soubirous 1844-1879 by Francois Trochu, and finishing up The Story of a Family : The Home of St Therese of Lisieux by Father Stephane Joseph Piat.

Is Trochu good?
I got his books on St. Bernadette and St. John Vianney, but, truth be told, never read it.
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jovan66102 Wrote:
Evangelium Wrote:I'm reading Meditations on the Tarot, by Anonymous.  

It was written by Valentin Tomberg, but originally published anonymously.

I know, but I honor his wish for anonymity.  The book is still published with the author Anonymous.

He says in the book that readers will know more about him from reading the book than they could discover about his life elsewhere.
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Ioannes L, Trochu's book about St Bernadette is excellent. Very topical and provides background on most people mentioned. It's more of a big picture of the story of Our Lady of Lourdes, while Bernadette Speaks obviously focuses more on the seer. Both are excellent.
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