His thoughts on cancer and dying were very helpful to me as I have lost family members to this terrible disease.
Even if you have never heard of him, you will be inspired by his poignant recounting of a life well spent and discovering the great gift of inner peace amidst tragedy.
Just as we must do unto others what we want others to do for us, JEsus also calls us actively to forgive others in the same way we want the Father to forgive us.
The extraordinary story of a man who endeavored to walk closely with God throughout his life, but particularly toward the end.Published 1 month ago by Penny M Naugle
This book was recommended to me by a Catholic priest. It will help anyone who is living this mortal life, but in search of an inner, spiritual peace, while living a secular life. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Maggie May
This book is such an inspiration to so many. I cannot begin to express how it helped our family through our own cancer crisis.
This book is written in a very simple manner, yet discloses very personal feelings of Cardinal Bernardin. Read morePublished 5 months ago by LuLu
The book is very pointed at the trials and tribulations of life. Cardinal Bernardin in a very gentle writing gives one the incentive to accept the trials of life and work through... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Sandra Riordan
It was hard to find this book. I was grateful that Amazon had it listed. A friend of mine has serious cancer. This book really helps one walk along the path of sickness. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Maura Smith