Cardinal Bernardin's Stations of the Cross: Transforming Our Grief and Loss into a New Life
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Cardinal Bernardin's Stations of the Cross: Transforming Our Grief and Loss into a New Life

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Joseph Cardinal Bernardin, had long been considered the leader of American Catholicism and was so widely respected that he was thought to be the only American who might become Pope. His destiny, as those close to him soon sensed, was not to become a Pope but a saint instead. These meditations reveal the parallels between the passion of Christ, as known through scriptural s...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published May 22nd 1994)
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