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Saint John Neumann: His Writings and Spirituality

Quick Overview

Father Richard Boever has creatively written a biography of Saint John Neumann in the first person, as if the saint were speaking to the reader. This book invites each of us to accompany Saint John Neumann along his path of faithful discipleship, deepening our own commitment of discipleship in living out our unique vocation in Christ. -- Justin Cardinal Rigali July 15, 2010

Saint John Neumann: His Writings and Spirituality is the great story of a poor immigrant who rose from priest to bishop and became known for his spirituality, patience, and service. He was the first canonized male saint from the United States, laid the foundation of the Catholic school system in the United States, and introduced the Forty Hours devotion. This book will provide a fresh determination and devotion to your personal prayer and reflection.


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About the Author

Father Richard Boever, CSsR, has been in the Catholic ministry since 1974. During that time he has served as a parish priest and pastor in St. Louis and Chicago, taught theology at Newman University and Saint Louis University, served as a university chaplain, and he has been director of Redemptorist formation for the prenovitiate program. He also held various positions at Liguori Publications, including president and publisher, and he was retreat director at Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. In 1983, he received a doctorate in historical theology from Saint Louis University and wrote his dissertation on "The Spirituality of Saint John Neumann." Today he is on loan as research expert at the Neumann Shrine in Philadelphia, and he preaches at parish missions and various retreats.

Product Details

Series No
Publish Date Oct 1, 2010
Pages 288
Size 5.5 x 8.5
Illustrator No
Case Quantity (Print) No
Product Type Book
Weight 0.9020
Product Code 819803

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