Item description for The Wonders of the Mass by Paul O'Sullivan...
Says \"The Mass is the greatest wonder in the world, \" seconded only by \"the next greatest wonder. . .the indifference and ignorance of Catholics regarding the Mass.\" Quotes Saints, plus Our Lord Himself in revelations to various Saints. Filled with incomparable insights on the glories of the Mass.
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Studio: TAN Books and Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.1" Width: 3.84" Height: 0.14" Weight: 0.07 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1993
Publisher Tan Books & Publishers
ISBN 0895554917 ISBN13 9780895554918
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More About Paul O'Sullivan
Father Paul O\'Sullivan, O.P., was born on February 7, 1871. After studying in Dublin, he went on to Rome, where he was ordained a Dominican. He then pursued a Lectorate degree for theology, which in turn prepared him for his future career in writing simple, profound books and preaching to the faithful. He is the author of How to Be Happy, All About the Angels, The Wonders of the Mass, Read Me or Rue It, An Easy Way to Become a Saint, and The Secret of Confession. Father O\'Sullivan also founded the Catholic Printing Press and established the Rosary Association, one of several associations he created with the Church\'s permission. He wrote on and had a great devotion to St. Philomena as well. He died in 1958, on the Feast of the Presentation.
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MUST READ FOR ALL CATHOLICS! Dec 29, 2000
This book shows the unestimable graces we receive each time we participate in the Sacrifice of the Mass. It tells us how much more blessed we are than the angels, because they can't receive the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity that we receive every Sunday and often take for granted. I recomment this for Priests to read as a homily on a day when many are in attendance, because this will get people coming to church as often as they can.