Life of the Ven; Mary Crescentia Hoss, of the Third Order of St. Francis: Drawn from the Acts of Her Beatification, and Other Reliable Sources (Classic Reprint)

Life of the Ven; Mary Crescentia Hoss, of the Third Order of St. Francis: Drawn from the Acts of Her Beatification, and Other Reliable Sources (Classic Reprint)


Life of the Ven; Mary Crescentia Hoss, of the Third Order of St. Francis: Drawn from the Acts of Her Beatification, and Other Reliable Sources (Classic Reprint)

 


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Ignatius Jeiler

  • Author: Ignatius Jeiler
  • Type: EPUB format
  • Pages: 362 pages
  • ISBN: none
  • ASIN: 9781333487485
  • Edition Language: English


  • Excerpt from Life of the Ven; Mary Crescentia Hoss, of the Third Order of St.

    Francis: Drawn From the Acts of Her Beatification, and Other Reliable Sources Her superiors had indeed taken measures to commit to writing the account of her extraordinary states, her visions and revelations for the benefit of posterity, but their efiorts to produce the effects they desired were frustrated, as will be seen in the subsequent history.

    The Lord, however, has so ordered it that we possess exact and appropriate information of the virtues and exercises by the practice of which, as a child, as a young maiden, and as a religious, she became a mirror of perfection and a complete model for imitation. Download Life of the Ven; Mary Crescentia Hoss, of the Third Order of St. Francis: Drawn from the Acts of Her Beatification, and Other Reliable Sources (Classic Reprint) About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

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