Item description for The Golden Thread: A Novel About St. Ignatius Loyola by Louis de Wohl...
Overview Here is a skillful weaving of the story of St. Ignatius Loyola's conversion and pilgrimage with the colorful and dangerous history of Spain and Italy in the early sixteenth century. The life of the very human, very great Basque nobleman who founded the Jesuit Order makes for one of de Wohl's finest novels.
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Studio: Ignatius Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.14" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.81" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2002
Publisher Ignatius Press
ISBN 0898708133 ISBN13 9780898708134 UPC 008987081333
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More About Louis de Wohl
Louis de Wohl wrote numerous historical novels for adults, including "The Living Wood", which is also about St. Helena and Constantine. He earned international acclaim for The Spear, and among his other popular titles are "Lay Siege to Heaven, The Restless Flame, The Joyful Beggar "and "The Quiet Light."
Louis de Wohl was born in 1903 and died in 1961.
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Reviews - What do customers think about The Golden Thread: A Novel About St. Ignatius Loyola?
The Golden Thread - St. Ignatius Loyola Oct 14, 2007
Fascinating and very well written novel by Louis deWohl. It keeps the reader spell-bound and is suitable for readers of all ages. A great book! I highly recommend it.
One for the greater glory of God Dec 19, 2003
This is an amazing historical novel by a gifted story-teller, a special treasure for anyone interested in Ignatius Loyola and his times. In typical deWohl style, we learn of our saintly hero through his occasional encounters with some intriguing fictional characters othewise engaged in their own personal plots of high adventure and romance. We get inspiring glimpses of Ignatius in his early "pilgrim" years, forging a spiritual identity and setting out on a dangerous journey to trace the footsteps of Christ in the Holy Land. Once you've finished The Golden Thread, you'll very likely want to leap into deWohl's Set All Afire, a sequel of sorts offering a tiny bit more of Ignatius and a whole lot more of his devoted companion, Francis Xavier.