The Gift of Faith

The Gift of Faith

by Tadeusz Dajczer
The Gift of Faith

The Gift of Faith

by Tadeusz Dajczer

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Overview

The Gift of Faith (known also as Inquiring Faith) looks at faith in an unconventional way, yet is rooted in a sound theology of the spiritual life. In this book, "the genius of a theologian of faith as well as the charisma of a spiritual director are clearly visible" (cf. The Lexicon of Fundamental Theology, prepared by the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Lublin Kraków 2002, p.299-300). It is the fruit of many years of teaching and over thirty years of experience as a spiritual director with a great number of people. This book is a response to the desire of many seeking deep interior spirituality. With simplicity and clarity, the author engages the reader's attention and awakens their yearning to experience God and to follow a specific path of sanctification.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162372059
Publisher: In the Arms of Mary Foundation
Publication date: 06/28/2021
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 141,837
File size: 582 KB

About the Author

The Reverend Tadeusz Dajczer was a Polish priest and the author of The Gift of Faith, which has been translated into twenty-eight languages, with more than 170,000 copies sold in Poland and more than 140,000 (80 printings) in other countries throughout the world. Fr. Dajczer graduated from the theological faculty in Warsaw, and later studied at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. For many years he worked as a professor at the Academy of Catholic Theology and the University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski in Warsaw. He was a much sought after and highly valued spiritual director. He established groups of interior life, one of which initiated the Families of Nazareth Movement. In 1994, he was awarded the professor’s title of theological sciences from the President of Poland. He died on September 8, 2009, after a life dedicated to spreading spiritual life devoted to increased adoration and love toward the Eucharistic Christ.
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