Mystery book on 'End Times' reappears!
It's one of those books that come out of nowhere - almost literally - just when the world needs it most.
Is it all correct - what it reveals about the future, both for the world and the soul? From the vantage point of earth, who can say? It is written by a human.
But a great saint - Thérèse of Lisieux - was so taken by this book that it spurred her entry into the convent. "Reading this book was one of the greatest graces of my life," she says in her autobiography. "The impression I received from it is too sweet to express. All the great truths of religion and the mysteries of eternity plunged into my soul a happiness not of this earth."
Completed in 1881 by an aged French priest, this remarkable book surfaced long enough to draw Thérèse into the convent and then, for more than a century, plunged back into obscurity.
Now we offer you the very first English transla
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About the Author
Father Charles Arminjon (1824-1885) was a priest from the town of Chambéry in the French Alps. After years as a seminary professor, Father Arminjon took up the mission of full-time preacher, and he went on to gain great renown for his ability to inspire in his listeners a deeper and more ardent love for Christ. Throughout France and abroad he delivered sermons, ran retreats, and preached at conferences – the most famous of which form the basis for The End of the Present World.
Table of Contents
First Conference The End of the World: The Signs That Will Precede It and the Circumstances That Will Accompany It 3
Second Conference The Persecution by the Antichrist and the Conversion of the Jews 37
Third Conference The Resurrection of the Dead and the General Judgment 73
Fourth Conference The Place of Immortal Life and the State of Glorified Bodies After the Resurrection 111
Fifth Conference Purgatory 139
Sixth Conference Eternal Punishment and the Unfortunate Destiny 171
Seventh Conference Eternal Beatitude and the Supernatural Vision of God 203
Eighth Conference Christian Sacrifice, the Means of Redemption 241
Ninth Conference The Mystery of Suffering in Its Relationship with the Future Life 273
Biographical Note Charles-Marie-Antoine Arminjon 309