Only at Night We See the Stars: Finding Light in the Face of Darkness

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New City Press, 2002 - Religion - 88 pages
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When Karol Wojtyla succeeded Albino Luciani the pope of 33 days who could possibly have foreseen the consequences The pontificate of the first nonItalian since the sixteenth century indeed has left a lasting imprint on the church and on the world. As the world has faced the tremendous theological social economic and political realignment of the last half of the twentieth century Pope John Paul II has offered clear guidance for Roman Catholics Christians of other denominations members of other great religions and innumerable others of good will. The moving selections from his writings contained here speak of John Paul IIs central creed the good news of Jesus humanitys friend and savior and his relevance to our own life and times.

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Chiara Lubich was born and lives in Italy. An internationally renowned religious leader and writer, she has received the Templeton Prize for the Progress of Religion and the UNESCO Peace Prize. She has published over thirty books in dozens of languages with more than one million copies sold. The founder and president of the Focolare Movement, Chiara and her gospel-based spirituality have inspired millions. She stands at the forefront of ecumenical and interreligious dialogue.

Chiara Lubich was born and lives in Italy. An internationally renowned religious Leader and writer, she is a past recipient of the Templeton Prize for the Progress of Religion and the UNESCO Peace Prize. Her over thirty books have been published in many languages with more than one million copies sold.

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