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15 Days of Prayer With Saint Katharine Drexel

by Leo Luke Marcello

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15 Days of Prayer Collection Now distributed by New City Press, this popular series is perfect for those looking for an introduction to a particular spiritual guide, those searching for gift ideas and those who merely wish to know more about the person and his or her spirituality. Additional volume planned in 2 to 3 months intervals. Each volume contains A brief biography of the saint or spiritual leader introduced in that volume A guide to creating a format for prayer and retreat 15 meditation sessions with focus points and reflection guides Follow in the footsteps of Saint Katharine Drexel Born in 1858 into a socially prominent Philadelphia family, Katharine Drexel seemed destined to lead the life of a debutante. Instead, from the age of 33 until her death in 1955, she dedicated her life and fortune to the material and spiritual wellbeing of underprivileged Americans. Mother Drexel founded the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament and helped open schools for African and Native Americans. She also founded Xavier University in New Orleans. For Katharine Drexel, sharing the bread of her life was an extension of her desire to share her wealth with those who had little. Pope John Paul II canonized her in October 2000. Peacefully do what at the moment needs to be done The perfect model of a Gospelcentered life, Saint Katharine Drexel lived life with a sense of social justice in a world torn by differences.

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