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An Easy Way To Become A Saint Paperback – August 1, 1993
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About the Author
Father O'Sullivan also founded the "Catholic Printing Press" and established the Rosary Association, one of several associations he created with the Church's permission. He wrote on and had a great devotion to St. Philomena as well. He died in 1958, on the Feast of the Presentation.
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I highly recommend this simple little book!
The practices recommended here are a basic method for becoming holier and with the right dispositions an eventual saint. Nothing recommended is challenging in itself or too extreme for any one person to accomplish. Each step shown is a little offering, moving you closer toward knowing God as He really is and loving Him more fully. The power of the recommendations made are in their simplicity.
If you truly desire what the title recommends, you may already be doing many of the steps or be well aware of the information discussed. However, the presentation and stories will work to organize those actions logically that will give you an organized foundation with which to improve.
We cannot force sainthood, but our actions can make us more receptive toward God's bringing us to this end. If you are in heaven, you are a saint. Some on earth are recognized because of their clearly, overtly virtuous lives, but there are many countless souls who are saints and we know not their names.
This is a book for all people in all walks of life no matter your current state or beliefs.
"We are all called to be saints. Don't miss the opportunity" - Mother Angelica (Foundress of EWTN)
Bless you in your journey.