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Pope Francis' Little Book of Compassion

The Essential Teachings

Pope Francis' Little Book of Compassion

The Essential Teachings

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Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780008193171
Number of Pages: 400
Published: 09/03/2017
Width: 12.8 cm
Height: 10.8 cm
This beautiful and handy book provides 250 quotes of inspiration from one of the most popular popes of all time. A pope of the people, Pope Francis is cherished around the world and continues to be well loved by the faithful and non-religious alike. During his short papacy so far, his commitment to compassion and humility have already cemented his position as one of the most popular popes of all time and his words are a comfort and inspiration to millions. Pope Francis' Little Book of Compassion offers quotes of faith and hope from this incredible man, concentrating on the teachings of his Holy Year of Mercy, including prayer, charity, forgiveness, and solidarity. Arranged thematically, in a handy, portable format, Pope Francis' Little Book of Compassion covers: Compassion through Mercy Compassion through Prayer Compassion through Forgiveness Compassion through Solidarity Compassion through Charity and Service Compassion through Hospitality Compassion through Jesus

Andrea Kirk Assaf

Andrea Kirk Assaf is an author and editor, who has had the rare privilege of covering three pontificates in the span of a decade: the pontificates of John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Francis. In 2002 she moved to Rome to write for Inside the Vatican magazine and several other Catholic and secular news outlets, covering World Youth Day in Toronto, the funeral of John Paul II, the election of Pope Benedict XVI, and now the popularity of the first successor of St. Peter from the New World, Pope Francis. Along with her editor-journalist-translator husband Tony Assaf and their four children, Andrea divides her days between the Eternal City of Rome and a rural homestead in Remus, Michigan.

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