The Path to Rome

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First published ten years ago, The Path to Rome has since established itself as a classic of its kind. Largely ignored by the mainstream media, the impressive flow of conversions to the Catholic Church which took place in the last two decades of the twentieth century has shown no sign of abating in this new millennium. This new edition re-groups the established stories and gathers a fresh collection from a wider range of contributors.

The Path to Rome has helped a great many ...

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Overview

First published ten years ago, The Path to Rome has since established itself as a classic of its kind. Largely ignored by the mainstream media, the impressive flow of conversions to the Catholic Church which took place in the last two decades of the twentieth century has shown no sign of abating in this new millennium. This new edition re-groups the established stories and gathers a fresh collection from a wider range of contributors.

The Path to Rome has helped a great many people towards the fullness of Catholic Faith, and this new edition continues the tradition.

Comments from readers of the first edition:

I'm still not sure why I took a copy but it is the most marvellous book, very moving and powerful. I'm a cradle Catholic very much struggling with my own doubts about Christ and the Church - so much of the book speaks very directly to that.

Every person moving towards the Catholic Church should have this book.

It has been a wonderful read, and has made me appreciate even more the beauty of my Catholic faith.

Fr Dwight Longenecker, editor of the first edition of Path to Rome, is Chaplain of St Joseph's Catholic School in Greenville, South Carolina. He is the author of numerous books and articles as well as being the creator of Standing on My Head - an influential Catholic weblog. He was for many years an Anglican priest in the South of England before being received into the Church in 1995.

Cyprian Blamires works part-time for the St Barnabas Society, a Catholic charity, and is also a historian, editor, and translator.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780852444863
  • Publisher: Gracewing Publishing
  • Publication date: 7/6/2006
  • Pages: 260
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.59 (d)

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