By Saint John Eudes
One of the most prolific ascetical writers of the seventeenth century, Saint John Eudes was an inexhaustible reservoir of holy wisdom and devotional fervor. His copious compositions, an unknown number of which were destroyed by the revolutionaries in their war against altar and throne, fill twenty volumes.
A grateful generation called him "the wonder of his age." We not only applaud that robust accolade, we also amplify the gracious sentiment of those devotees who consider him the precursor of the age of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Softcover, 331 pages.
No posts found