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The Gift of Peace
     

The Gift of Peace

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by Joseph Bernardin, Cardinal Joseph Bernardin
 

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Joseph Cardinal Bernardin's gentle leadership throughout his life of ministerial service had made him an internationally beloved figure, but the words he left behind about his final journey would change the lives of many more people from all faiths, from all backgrounds, and from all over the world.

In the last two months of his life, Joseph Cardinal Bernardin made

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The Gift of Peace 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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bc258 More than 1 year ago
Cardinal Bernardin shows his true faith and love of God and all people.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Anyone having a terminal illness, or anyone dealing with betrayal, needs to read this to help gain forgiveness and peace in one's journey. It is a model for living while giving insight on humility of a beautiful person who is dying with great dignity.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In this book Cardinal Besnardin gives his reflections on life, from the final days of his own. He explains that while upon his death bed, knowing he was going to die, he was enveloped in the greatest peace he had ever expirienced. Because he emptied himself, and let god take over. This book was very very good and I definatley reccomend it to those who are in need of spirtual guidance or inspiration
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Gift of Peace is written in a way that shares how the soul longs to find healing in the midst of dis-ease. This books reveals how each of us search for meaning and hope beyond our present circumstances and seek out wholeness from the depths of our being. I recommend this book to anyone facing a terminal illness or simply searching for ways to live in soul.