Santos Para Cada Ocasion: 101 de Los Santos Patronos Mas Poderosos

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C. D. Stampley Enterprises, Incorporated, Feb 1, 2003 - Religion - 432 pages
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Prayer to the saints is a powerful thing. Now, with Santos para cada ocasión, readers can quickly find help for any challenge they face no matter how large or small. Author Thomas J. Craughwell profiles 101 patron saints from various continents, cultures and times from saints who were contemporaries of Christ, to modern patrons like Padre Pio and Faustina Kowalska. Each saint lived heroically in difficult times and circumstances, providing powerful examples of how to turn almost any obstacle into a source of grace.Along with old favorites such as St. Anthony and St. Jude, Craughwell offers patrons for specifically modern concerns, including, for example, saints to watch over astronauts, internet users and environmental activists.Beautifully illustrated and entertainingly told, Santos para cada ocasión features 101 patron saints readers will seek out time and again.

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Contents

Para mujeres embarazadas
5
Para problemas con parientes políticos
15
Cuando los hijos son rebeldes
22
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Thomas J. Craughwell is the author of more than a dozen books, including Failures of the Presidents, Stealing Lincoln's Body, The Rise and Fall of the Second Largest Empire in History, and The Greatest Brigade. He has written articles on history, religion, politics, and popular culture for the Wall Street Journal, The American Spectator, and U.S. News & World Report. He lives in Bethel, Connecticut.

Praise for Stealing Lincoln's Body by Thomas Craughwell:

"Thomas J. Craughwell has given us a richly detailed, highly entertaining, and broad slice of our history."--The American Spectator

"There is no end of fascinating context and detail in this engrossing, often zany, yet poignant tale." --Chicago Tribune

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