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To Do What the Day Demands: The Life of Father Kaspar Stanggassinger is the story of a gentle, holy Redemptorist priest from the German Bavarian Alps. A Catholic educator in the late nineteenth century, Stanggassinger was there for people who needed him day in and day out throughout his short life of just twenty-eight years. This simple seminary prefect was an everyday hero who was loved by everyone who's lives he touched, especially by his students. He was "full of unusual charity...a model for today's youth," according to documentation on his beatification, a statement that's just as true today. The story of Blessed Kaspar Stanggassinger, written in plain language by Otto Weiss, will inspire and even nurture you.
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