The Jeweler's Shop: A Meditation on the Sacrament of Matrimony Passing on Occasion Into a Drama

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Ignatius Press, 1992 - Religion - 91 pages
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First appeared in Poland under Wojtyla's literary pseudonym, Andrzej Jawien, in the December 1960 issue of the Catholic monthly, Znak.
 

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Review: The Jeweler's Shop: A Meditation on the Sacrament of Matrimony Passing on Occasion Into a Drama

User Review  - Lisa Guest - Goodreads

A Jeweler's Shop is a short play written as a reflection of the effects and endurance of marriage. It was a quick, interesting read, filled with lots of poetic elements. Some parts were unclear ... Read full review

Review: The Jeweler's Shop: A Meditation on the Sacrament of Matrimony Passing on Occasion Into a Drama

User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

Pleasant, but nothing earth-shattering. Read full review

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KAROL WOJTYLA was born in Wadowice on May 18th, 1920. In 1946 he became a priest. He was appointed assistant Bishop of Cracovia in 1958 and Archbishop in 1963. On October 16th, 1978, he was elected Pope and adopted the name of John Paul II. He has written many books with world wide acknowledgment.

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