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Humility: Wellspring of Virtue

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Conquer your Pride and experience the joys of humility! Of all sins, pride is the most dangerous... and the most sorrowful: it cuts you off from God, estranges you from others, and leaves you lost and unhappy. These pages show you how to drive pride from your soul.  You'll learn to recognize its many forms (including some that masquerade as virtue), and you'll come to see ...more
Paperback, 109 pages
Published September 1st 1997 by Sophia Institute Press
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This book is great book. It is a very spiritual book and he doesn't push the Catholic faith and down anyone's throat. I am a devout Catholic and I learned many things about faith and deepened my faith, trust, and love in God.
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“Humility involves the full knowledge of our status as creatures, a clear consciousness of having received everything we have from God.” 6 likes
“For, just as love embodies the life of all virtues and expresses the inmost substance of all holiness, humility is the precondition and basic presupposition for the genuineness, the beauty, and the truth of all virtue.” 2 likes
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