Item description for Live Well, Die Holy: The Art of Being a Saint, Now and Forever by Robert Bellarmine & John Dalton...
In sixteen simple steps, St. Robert Bellarmine teaches Christians how to face life -- and death when it comes -- with the peace of heart that only living well can give. Here is a saint's treasure trove of wisdom to help every Christian put his life in order -- for this world and the next.
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Studio: Sophia Institute Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.9" Width: 7.76" Height: 0.99" Weight: 5.6 lbs.
Release Date Apr 17, 1998
Publisher Sophia Institute Press
ISBN 0918477719 ISBN13 9780918477712
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More About Robert Bellarmine & John Dalton
St. Robert Bellarmine was born Roberto Bellarmino in 1542 at Montepulciano, Italy. A Jesuit Cardinal and Doctor of the Church, he was born of noble patronage and became a Roman novice in 1560 though the influence of his mother. After his ordination, he rapidly gained popularity as a professor and for his preaching, which drew in both Catholics and Protestants. He was also significantly active in the Counter-Reformation, and composed several works of literature, including The Mind\'s Ascent to God, The Art of Dying Well, The Seven Words on the Cross, and Hell and Its Torments. St. Bellarmine died on the seventeenth of September, 1621, at Rome, and was canonized by Pope Pius XI in 1930.
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Live Well, Die Holy Jun 20, 2000
This book gave me a lot of wonderful information about how to live a Christian, God-centered life. While some of St. Robert's ideas seemed a little outdated in our post-Vatican II era, the overall theme of the book was very helpful.