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Under Angel Wings

Author : Sr. Maria Antonia
ISBN : 9781618903150
Genre : Religion
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This is the true story of a young girl in Brazil who saw and heard her Guardian Angel during most of her life. The book is filled with real-life anecdotes which are edifying, moving and often humorous. Cecy Cony (1900-1939) tells story after story of how her Guardian Angel (whom she calls her ""New Friend"") kept her from lying, stealing, revenge, immodesty, etc.--and from watching certain movies. Shows the innocence and holiness that children are capable of. Impr.

The Catechism Of Perseverance Or An Exposition Of Religion From The Beginning Of The World Down To Our Own Days Tr From The 10th Fr

Author : Jean Joseph Gaume
ISBN : OXFORD:590406108
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Life In Year One

Author : Scott Korb
ISBN : 1101186011
Genre : History
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For anyone who's ever pondered what everyday life was like during the time of Jesus comes a lively and illuminating portrait of the nearly unknown world of daily life in first-century Palestine. What was it like to live during the time of Jesus? Where did people live? Who did they marry? And what was family life like? How did people survive? These are just some of the questions that Scott Korb answers in this engaging new book, which explores what everyday life entailed two thousand years ago in first-century Palestine, that tumultuous era when the Roman Empire was at its zenith and a new religion-Christianity-was born. Culling information from primary sources, scholarly research, and his own travels and observations, Korb explores the nitty-gritty of real life back then-from how people fed, housed, and groomed themselves to how they kept themselves healthy. He guides the contemporary reader through the maze of customs and traditions that dictated life under the numerous groups, tribes, and peoples in the eastern Mediterranean that Rome governed two thousand years ago, and he illuminates the intriguing details of marriage, family life, health, and a host of other aspects of first-century life. The result is a book for everyone, from the armchair traveler to the amateur historian. With surprising revelations about politics and medicine, crime and personal hygiene, this book is smart and accessible popular history at its very best.

St Joseph Of Copertino

Author : Angelo Pastrovicchi
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The Catechism Of Perseverance Or An Historical Dogmatical Moral Liturgical Apologetical Philosophical And Social Exposition Of Religion

Author : Jean Gaume
ISBN : UCD:31175034810294
Genre : Catechetics
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The Camino Ingles

Author : Susan Jagannath
ISBN : 1539189449
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Do you think you are too old, too young, or not fit enough for an adventure? This bestselling book has helped many a Camino Dream come true Do you want to hike the famous pilgrimage trail, the 500 mile/800 km Camino Frances in Spain, but don't have 30+ days for that trek? Or are you terrified of the fitness, research, and planning that is required? The Camino Ingles is the answer! The Camino Ingles is one of the Northern Caminos, a Galician pilgrimage trail ending in Santiago de Compostela, a great doable walking adventure for anyone of moderate fitness. You may have heard of the Camino, called variously, St. James Way, or Jacobsweg; but there are in fact, many Caminos, and the English Way or Camino Ingles is one of them. Walking the Camino was a goal of mine last year, and the year before that, and the year before that. I had never even walked five miles, but I wanted to walk the Camino to prove to myself that I could achieve a goal. But, I didn't have the time for 500 miles, then, I heard of the Camino Ingles. No more excuses! The shorter time and distance of the Camino Ingles was the clincher, and I set out on a quieter, less travelled and less well documented hike through Spain. This book helps you to set a practical goal and achieve it, by showing you exactly how to: Walk the Camino Ingles, a Galician route as old as the Camino Frances Prepare your mind, body and feet to enjoy the long walk Pack and what to discard to travel light Plan your travel and arrival in Spain in the shortest time Decide on strategies to overcome obstacles Find the medieval way posts for an authentic experience Enjoy the food of the region Book, or not book your bed for a good nights' rest Get your Compostela in Santiago Find more information if you really want it Follow this book to complete a real pilgrimage trek in only 6 days, there is enough detail to guide you each day. Go on, what's stopping you? It's only one step at a time!

Kindergarten Review

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Genre : Kindergarten
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Angels In My Hair

Author : Lorna Byrne
ISBN : 9780385528979
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Documents the experiences of a young Irish mystic who believes she has been communicating with angels throughout her lifetime, sharing inspirational insights while explaining how her abilities are linked to a unique capacity for seeing typically invisible areas of the spectrum. Reprint.

The Guardian Of Mercy

Author : Terence Ward
ISBN : 9781628726305
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Now celebrated as one of the great painters of the Renaissance, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio fled Rome in 1606 to escape retribution for killing a man in a brawl. Three years later he was in Naples, where he painted The Seven Acts of Mercy. A year later he died at the age of thirty-eight under mysterious circumstances. Exploring Caravaggio's singular masterwork, in The Guardian of Shadows and Light Terence Ward offers an incredible narrative journey into the heart of his artistry and his metamorphosis from fugitive to visionary. Ward's guide in this journey is a contemporary artist whose own life was transformed by the painting, a simple man named Angelo who shows him where it still hangs in a small church in Naples and whose story helps him see its many layers. As Ward unfolds the structure of the painting, he explains each of the seven mercies and its influence on Caravaggio’s troubled existence. Caravaggio encountered the whole range of Naples’s vertical social layers, from the lowest ranks of poverty to lofty gilded aristocratic circles, and Ward reveals the old city behind today's metropolis. Fusing elements of history, biography, memoir, travelogue, and journalism, his narrative maps the movement from estrangement to grace, as we witness Caravaggio’s bruised life gradually redeemed by art. Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Arcade, Good Books, Sports Publishing, and Yucca imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of biographies, autobiographies, and memoirs. Our list includes biographies on well-known historical figures like Benjamin Franklin, Nelson Mandela, and Alexander Graham Bell, as well as villains from history, such as Heinrich Himmler, John Wayne Gacy, and O. J. Simpson. We have also published survivor stories of World War II, memoirs about overcoming adversity, first-hand tales of adventure, and much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Young Michelangelo

Author : John T. Spike
ISBN : 9780715643327
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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500 years ago a 37 year old man completed a work that became the cornerstone of High Renaissance art: the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Young Michelangelo is the definitive account of the early years of one of history's greatest artists, probing the thinking, artistic evolution and yearnings of a young man thoroughly convinced of his own exceptional talent. John T. Spike brings to life this momentous age, taking in the bonfire of the vanities and the siege of Florence, and reveals the overwhelming influence that Michelangelo's charismatic personality had on his contemporaries, including the Medici, Machiavelli and Leonardo Da Vinci.

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