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Living Miracles: The Spiritual Sons of John Paul the Great Paperback – January 26, 2011
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About the Author
Randall J. Meissen, LC, was just sixteen when he founded an Internet-based business for which he won a prestigious national award. After graduating from Rice University with a triple major in biology, classics, and ancient Mediterranean civilizations, he was accepted into medical school but chose instead to enter the seminary. Now preparing for the priesthood with the Legionaries of Christ, he has served as a seminary professor and as a research assistant at the Westchester Institute for Ethics and the Human Person in New York. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I had a lot of fun with this read. It was a free Kindle book on Amazon and I would highly recommend it.
Each story is written almost in the way a documentary on a person would be filmed and shown. There are direct quotes from the person, from the Pope and anecdotes written in 3rd person as if read by a narrator.
The overarching theme is the amazing life, words and spirituality of John Paul II, his interaction with youth and how this has changed the lives of those entering the priesthood.
I highly recommend this read and only gave it a 4 because I am not very "into" biographies. However, this one was excellent overall. Go out and get it now!