Item description for Prayers of Hope, Words of Courage by Phanxico Xavie Van Thuan Nguyyen, Francis Xavier Nguyen Thuan & Francis X. Nguyen Van Thuan...
Overview Imprisoned by Vietnam's Communist government for thirteen years, Cardinal Van Thuan sought meaning in the darkness of prison life. Written in the silence of his cell, these prayers and reflections resound with Christian hope and courage.
Publishers Description Imprisoned by a communist government for thirteen years, cardinal van thuan sought meaning in the darkness of prison life. Written in the silence of his cell, these prayers and reflections resound with christian hope and courage.
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Studio: Pauline Books & Media
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.18" Width: 5.08" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.36 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 2002
Publisher Pauline Books & Media
ISBN 0819859389 ISBN13 9780819859389
Availability 12 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 05:06.
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More About Phanxico Xavie Van Thuan Nguyyen, Francis Xavier Nguyen Thuan & Francis X. Nguyen Van Thuan
Phanxico Xavie Van Thuan Nguyyen was born in 1928.
Reviews - What do customers think about Prayers of Hope, Words of Courage?
Speaking to and from the heart Aug 21, 2003
Beautifully written conversation with God about the things that matter. Cardinal Thuan's prison experience speaks to the power of God to sustain,to transform and to empower despite our sense of abandonment. He shares his experience of a personal conection with God in a simple and refreshingly non- pious, non-clerical fashion. Written as a series of 90 short reflections, the reader is not overwhelmed by words and can actually spend time relating it to their own experience. I would recommend this book to any person who has struggled or searched in the silence of their own life.