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Nineteenth-Century Spirituality for our Time

Nineteenth-Century Spirituality for our Time
Isaac Thomas Hecker (1819 - 1888) was founder of the Paulist Fathers. He was a spiritual seeker who converted to Catholicism in 1845, and he then joned the Redenptorists before he founded the Missionary Society of Saint Paul the Apostle with a band of colleagues. While at seminary he began keeping notebooks of spiritual reflections intended for use in sermons and retreats.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780809154876
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Publisher: Paulist Press
Author: Isaac Thomas Hecker
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Isaac Thomas Hecker (1819 - 1888) was founder of the Paulist Fathers. He was a spiritual seeker who converted to Catholicism in 1845, and he then joned the Redenptorists before he founded the Missionary Society of Saint Paul the Apostle with a band of colleagues. While at seminary he began keeping notebooks of spiritual reflections intended for use in sermons and retreats. Nineteenth-Century Spirituality for our Time has an introduction by Paulist historian/archivist Father Paul Robichaud that gathes some of Hecker's early, yet unpublished reflections and shows Hecker's spirituallity to be as relevant to our times as to his own. There is a preliminary chapter on Isaac Thomas Hecker as spiritual seeker and servant of God, followed by a chapter headed Guided by the Holy Spirit. The 58 excerpts then follow, and cover the period 1849-1856.. A bibliography is included, and the book is in 64 pages.
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