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Curtis Martin, Author, The Transforming Power of Virtue
Gives us practical help in learning how to respond to God s grace and overcome the world in Christ.
Most Rev. Thomas G. Doran, Bishop of Rockford, Illinois
Anyone who is serious about growing in the spiritual life, particularly any Catholic, could benefit from reading this book.
Fr. Francis Randolph, Author, Pardon and Peace: A Sinner s Guide to Confession
A great encouragement to those striving to do God s will.
Donald DeMarco, Author, The Heart of Virtue
Temptation is the drama of the human soul that ends either in tragedy or in glory. Fr. Remler understands the significance of this drama, carefully delineates the dramatis personae, wisely dissects the plot, and rushes to the rescue with spiritual allies and sensible solutions.
Fr. Remler spent many years serving at Kenrick Seminary, teaching German, literature, homiletics, and science, and serving as assistant director of seminarians, procurator of the seminary, and spiritual director.
In 1940, Fr. Remler entered semi-retirement, but even that kept him busy giving numerous retreats, preparing a Laymans Home Retreat with a fellow priest, and writing many pamphlets and books, including How to Resist Temptation, The Eternal Inheritance, and Why Must I Suffer? Drawing on the example and inspiration of Christ and the saints, Fr. Remlers writings continue to offer todays readers clear, simple explanations on the truths of the Faith that touch the lives of all Christians each day.