Purest of All Lilies
Explore with Fr. Donald H. Calloway St. Faustina's rich relationship with the Mother of God - from her love of Mary growing up in Poland to the many passages that she devoted to her in the Diary.
You'll learn how the Blessed Mother taught St. Faustina important lessons about suffering, purity of heart and humility. Also includes an analysis of the poems St. Faustina wrote about Mary, including the use of flower metaphors such as the lily, the rose and the violet when describing the Blessed Virgin.
Fr. Seraphim Michalenko, MIC, says of this book:
"Purest of All Lilies is an in-depth study by Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, of the very special relationship between the Virgin Mary and St. Faustina. I strongly recommend this book to devotees of The Divine Mercy.
Its value is the way the author explores the role the Blessed Mother, by God's design, played in the forming and perfecting of St. Faustina to accomplish His merciful plan toward His ever-wayward people at a critical point in salvation history."
|Author General||Fr. Donald H. Calloway, MIC|
|Published||Jan 7, 2007|