Item description for John Paul II's Book of Mary by Margaret R. Bunson...
Overview This permanent keepsake collects Pope John Paul 2's most profound reflections on our Holy Mother.
Publishers Description John Paul II's Book of Mary is an eloquent compilation of reflections on the most blessed of all believers, beautifully expressing John Paul's love for the Blessed Virgin in his own words. Now you can share in these beautiful reflections on Mary by John Paul II, the great spiritual leader of our time. It details his vision of her many roles and titles in the history and holy life of the Catholic Faith.
This collection of uplifting and inspiring excerpts from his encyclicals, letters, sermons, and decrees offers a literary homage to the late Pope's unflagging and abiding dedication to the Virgin Mary.
John Paul II's Book of Mary will bring you to greater trust and hope in Mary, the most blessed of believers and the model of faith for all Christians.
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Studio: Our Sunday Visitor
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.02" Width: 4.32" Height: 0.46" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2005
Publisher Our Sunday Visitor
ISBN 1592761844 ISBN13 9781592761845
Availability 0 units.
More About Margaret R. Bunson
Margaret R. Bunson is the author or co-author of several reference and history books
Reviews - What do customers think about John Paul II's Book of Mary?
short of expectations Oct 10, 2005
A good book written by a great man. Yet, I expected much more from a man who had risen to the papacy. One might want to consider the other side of the `John Paul Coin' - Albino Luciani or John Paul I - the valiant champion of human dignity for women, orphans, the remarried, homosexuals and others whose everyday lives are scorned by doctrine. Unlike his successor who was taught from an early age not to question the authority of his ancestors, Albino received his commission to rise to the papacy and bring change to the Church at the age of twelve from his revolutionary activist papa. Two good men - yet, two very different men - two very different sides of the same coin, John Paul II the conservative side and John Paul I the liberal side. I would suggest a look-see at Lucien Gregoire's PAUPER WHO WOULD BE POPE.
A wonderful tribute to an extraordinary soul Apr 11, 2005
This compilation of quotes from the Holy Father's addresses and writings show what an appreciation and love he had for the Blessed Mother, and is like a peek into his heart.
Beloved by John Paul II Apr 8, 2005
This beautiful book is a loving tribute to the Blessed Mother through the words of His Holiness, Pope John Paul II. His devotion to Mary is wonderful to behold. The book is ideal for devotional or inspirational reading.
John Paul II's Book of Mary Apr 8, 2005
The Holy Father had a great devotion to the Blessed Mother and this book is a beautiful tribute to that devotion. I hope you enjoy the read as much as I did.
John Paul II's Book of Mary Jul 17, 2000
I find this book to be very inspirational and insightful to John Paul II's, one of the holiest men alive, knowledge and understanding of our Blessed Mother in the Catholic Church today. The author has taken 17 different titles of Mary and taken many different speaches, writings, etc and put them together to show JPII's desire for us to know who Mary is and what she does for us. I really took a great deal from this book as I not only use it as a prayer meditational, but also as a refernce helping me to grow in my devotion to Mary.