By Rev. Daniel Considine SJ

Published by The Catholic Truth Society

1997, Booklet, 48 pages

Father Considine died in 1928. He had become famous for his remarkable retreats. His manner was marked by extraordinary simplicity and directness. He was particularly sympathetic to those he believed to be overanxious in their approach to God. His Words of Encouragement have helped generations of ordinary people who, though honest and sincere, often find themselves timid and puzzled. His ability to relate the Gospel to the practical and immediate needs of the individual remains as convincing as it ever was. (From the CTS Website)

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