The Power and the Glory, Volume 1

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Viking Press, 1964 - Priests - 301 pages
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Stunningly vivid imagery. - Goodreads
Short, but still not easy to read. - Goodreads
The writing was amazing. - Goodreads
Ending made me feel defeated and kind of numb. - Goodreads
the best depiction of what it means to be a saint. - Goodreads
In the introduction, Greene admits to hating Mexico. - Goodreads

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fairly intense. Read full review

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Being Catholic, the most mysterious and the most apprehensive experience is receiving God through the Host during the Mass. The more one experiences Mass, the more one is filled will God. I felt the ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
26
Section 3
41
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