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Lenten Journey with Jesus Christ and St. Paul of the Cross

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If St. Paul of the Cross Paul Danei, founder of the Passionists were to accompany you through Lent Im sure he would come to you as you are and the world you live in as it is. He was never afraid of darkness or dark places, so you may find him a helpful spiritual guide. He trusted in Jesus Christ and his cross, the wisdom and power of God. Im sure he may bring some of that wisdom to you.

Accept the invitation to journey through Lent with Jesus Christ and one of the great spiritual writers of the Catholic Church, St. Paul of the Cross. Inside you will find an Invitation from St. Paul of the Cross, a short biography of St. Paul of the Cross, a description of the Writings and Spirituality of St. Paul of the Cross, and more. Each day of Lent, weekdays and Sundays, begins with: a Gospel Reading, a Reflection, a selection from the Writings of St. Paul of the Cross, and a Prayer.

May Jesus Christ and the wisdom of St. Paul of the Cross enrich your Lenten Journey, and lead you to Gods Holy Easter of Peace, Love and Joy.





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0984170758
9780984170753
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9"  (22.8 cm) x 6"  (15.2 cm) x 0 5/8"  (1.58 cm)
More Christus Publishing Gifts
2011

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St. Paul of the Cross

Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 10/19
Tridentine Calendar - 04/28


Also known as
    Paolo Francesco Danei
    Paul Daneo
    God's Hunter of Souls

Memorial
    19 October
    formerly 28 April

Profile
    Son of a merchant. Pius youth. After receiving a vision, and while still a layman, he founded the Congregation of Discalced Clerks of the Most Holy Cross and Passion (Passionists) in 1721 to preach about Jesus Crucified. Preacher of such power that hardened soldiers and bandits were seen to weep. At one point all the brothers in the order deserted him, but in 1741 his rule was approved by Pope Benedict XIV, and the community began to grow again. Priest. Missionary.

Born
    3 January 1694 at Ovada, Piedmont (northern Italy) as Paolo Francesco Danei

Died
    18 October 1775 at Rome, Italy

Beatified
    1 October 1852

Canonized
    29 June 1867 by Pope Pius IX



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