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The Art of Dying Well

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We are created for Heaven, and this life is intended for us to work to earn eternal happiness. Any good thing is earned. Saint Robert Bellarmine sets out the basis for dying well, that is for living a life that will bring us to the day of death,the door of eternity, prepared to go through and arrive at our true home in Heaven. To this work has been added a ten day devotion ...more
Kindle Edition, 116 pages
Published July 24th 2012
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As with all books of a short nature, yet of a Catholic spiritual orientation, one is more amazed yet again at the level of wisdom and depth present within this book.

This book ought to be something of a core requirement to read for all Catholics, who taking their Faith joyously and seriously in seeking to get to Heaven should follow through with reading once a year for the rest of their life, especially around the time of Lent [2 Weeks Prior to Holy Week].

The book is broken up into 2 parts, the
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John Eudes, C.J.M. (French: Jean Eudes) was a French missionary and priest, who founded the Congregation of Jesus and Mary and the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity of the Refuge, and was the author of the propers for the Mass and Divine Office of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary. He has been declared a saint by the Catholic Church.
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