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Padre Pio : Man of Hope - Renzo Allegri

Padre Pio

Man of Hope

Paperback Published: 1st February 2000
ISBN: 9781569551387
Number Of Pages: 270

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Beatified on May 22, 1999, Padre Pio of Pietrelcina (1887-1968) was a Capuchin monk and mystic whose life was marked with miracles and wonders, but who said that his only desire was "to be a poor friar who prays." Observes the author: "When people write about Padre Pio, they tend to dwell on the penitential aspect of his life, thereby giving a somewhat dark and medieval tinge to his personality…. Padre Pio was and is a man of hope. Throughout his life, in the midst of the most difficult trials, he always looked to the future with a spirit of optimism, faith, and love." In this intimate biography, you will see the results of this humble Capuchin's prayers and discover for yourself the Source of his great hope. A Servant Book.

Introductionp. 5
Pietrelcina, May 25, 1887p. 9
Pio's Early Yearsp. 17
A Year of Trialp. 25
Strange Illnessesp. 33
Mysterious Eventsp. 39
Six Years Outside the Monasteryp. 47
Serial Number 2094/25p. 57
September 20, 1918p. 71
The Doctors and the Stigmaticp. 77
A Yes and a No From the Vaticanp. 87
The First Persecutionp. 93
A Deep Sorrowp. 107
Padre Pio Is Given His Freedomp. 113
At the Limits of Realityp. 125
"Your Name Will Be Sr. Jacopa"p. 137
Some Remarkable Conversionsp. 145
Francesco Messina's Testimonyp. 155
Miracles Every Dayp. 163
Defying the Laws of Naturep. 179
The House for the Relief of Sufferingp. 189
Padre Pio and His Friendsp. 203
The Second Persecutionp. 215
Defending Padre Piop. 223
Heroic Obediencep. 233
September 23, 1968p. 243
The Cause for Padre Pio's Beatificationp. 255
Padre Pio's Prayer Groupsp. 269
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ISBN: 9781569551387
ISBN-10: 1569551383
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 270
Published: 1st February 2000
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 20.32 x 13.67  x 1.98
Weight (kg): 0.33