Gifts in the Ruins: Rediscovering what Matters Most
In word and art, celebrated author of "The Catholic Thing" rediscovers values and imagesQold, new, and familiarQthat last and heal. "Gifts in the Ruins" shows readers how freely chosen spiritual gifts become discoveries that can open new possibilities.
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