An Invitation to Faith: An A to Z Primer on the Thought of Pope Benedict XVI
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An Invitation to Faith: An A to Z Primer on the Thought of Pope Benedict XVI

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As soon as he was elected to the Papacy, Benedict XVI immediately challenged the relativism of our times that rejects God, that sees noting as definitive, and that, according to the Pope, sets as the ultimate yardstick the individual's own ego and desires alone. The Pope offers instead an opposing standard: Christ, the Son of God, the true man. The Pope's words are rousing...more
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Ignatius Press (first published July 31st 2007)
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Can be read in a single sitting but not fully taken in for years. Good for a Confirmation or graduation gift book. I got it for a quick reference to Pope Benedict's XVI's thoughts on key concepts. It would also be excellent for Adoration and inspiration for prayer or meditation.
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