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Secrets of the Spirit: Wisdom from Luis Martinez

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How do I develop a deep, loving relationship with God? Without glossing over the reality of sin and suffering, Martinez reminds us that the Holy Spirit guides us in our struggle to grow in union with Jesus.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by Pauline Books & Media
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Oct 15, 2012 Natasha Childress rated it it was amazing
Wonderful and easy to read little book.
I had not heard of Archbishop Luis Martinez, but feel I have a new and wise intercessor on my side.
The chapters are short and inspirational.
Ideal for a relaxed daily devotional... especially for those reluctant to commit to a month or longer plan.
I highly recommend this little gem!
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Luis María Martínez y Rodríguez was the Catholic archbishop of Mexico and a member of the Academia Mexicana de la Lengua ("Mexican Language Academy").

He was born in Molinos de Caballeros, Epitacio Huerta, Michoacán. A philosopher of the scholastic tradition, his focus on the ultimate nature of things led him to theology. He was also a writer of spiritual poetry.

While his traditional values provoke
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