Thursday, May 16, 2013

Do you know the Holy Spirit?

"Every Catholic serious about the
spiritual life needs to read this profound and
beautiful book, and meditate upon it."
Fr. Benedict Groeschel

The Holy Spirit is God's supreme gift to you and me, and your devotion to Him should be profound and encompassing.

Huge in scope and yet simple and readable, True Devotion to the Holy Spirit covers virtually everything there is to know about the Spirit's role in our salvation—and it does so with a refreshing and absolute reliance on God's Word, not on opinions or subjective visions.

In beautiful, practical terms, former Mexico City Archbishop Luis Martinez illuminates the difference the Spirit can make when He is given His proper place in your soul.

Even more, each of the Spirit's gifts and fruits get detailed treatment here.  Archbishop Martinez shows how each contributes to the maturing of the soul, so that by means of the Spirit's active help, you can conquer your sins, learn how to make proper use of the things of this world, become master of yourself, and fully realize the greatness that is available to you as a Christian.

Through this book you'll learn virtually everything we can know about the Holy Spirit's work in the world and in your soul, including:
  • Why you will never attain true holiness without the Holy Spirit's constant help
  • How the Holy Spirit tenderly teaches you all that you need for salvation
  • Inspirations of the Holy Spirit: they're not extraordinary and superfluous  in the spiritual life!  How to become attuned to them
  • Maturity in Christ: it doesn't happen automatically as you grow older.  How the Holy Spirit can help you gain it today
  • The virtues and the gifts of the Holy Spirit: the distinctive role of each in your salvation.
  • Consecration to the Holy Spirit: why it must be total—or it's useless
  • How the presence of the Spirit in your life will increase your faith, hope, and love
  • Three main characteristics of devotion to the Father, inspired by the Spirit: examine your soul in their light
  • The Cross: how and why the Holy Spirit will teach you to love it in your own life
  • The gifts of the Holy Spirit: how to understand them properly—and gain their help in your soul's perfection
  • And much more that will help you not only to know the Holy Spirit better than ever, but to gain His help in your salvation!

"I profited greatly from reading this work."
Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR
President Emeritus, Franciscan University of Steubenville

"The finest book on devotion to the Holy Spirit."

"I highly recommend True Devotion to the
Holy Spirit to all those who would participate in
the Church's mission to sanctify the world."

John Cardinal O'Connor

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True Devotion to the Holy Spirit
by Archbishop Luis M. Martinez
288 pages - Paperback and eBook

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In The Little Book of the Holy Spirit, Fr. Bede Jarrett helps you penetrate the great mystery of God's presence in our hearts.  He explains the ineffable dignity that this presence of the Holy Spirit gives you, no matter how lowly your station or how small you may feel.

He shows you how to listen for the soft voice of the Spirit calling you from within, inviting you to know Him, to love Him, and to cooperate with Him in all things great and small.

No longer need you struggle alone.  Let Fr. Jarrett show you how to grow close to the Holy Spirit—the Consoler—who Jesus sent to assuage your loneliness and renew your strength and your hope.  In these pages, you'll also discover . . . 
  • Why you mustn't be troubled when you can't feel the Spirit's presence in your soul
  • How the dignity of each human soul depends upon God's presence in it
  • The gift of God that's greater than Creation itself
  • How the presence of God enables you to see everything in a new light
  • Can you hear God as he speaks to you constantly?  You can learn how
  • Plus: many other topics to help you know the God who dwells within you.

For only $19, you can own two
of the most spiritually enriching books
on the Holy Spirit.


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