THE SAINTS THAT MOVED THE WORLD by  lop-Miller

THE SAINTS THAT MOVED THE WORLD

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KIRKUS REVIEW

With so many lives of the saints felling off the presses, she is approach a book with a title like this with some . Is it different any relevance to life today? Or is it just an enlogy of an histo whom the church has called great? Rene Filop-Miller knows the modern , is familiar with the contributions of philosophers and psychological with it all is a deeply religious person, a devoted . He here to make five saints of the church come alive to modern readers. His thesis the five basic qualities of Christ are , understanding, love, will . Accordingly, he believes that a composite picture of perfect from the life stories of St. Anthony, the Saint of Renucist' St. the gaint of the in Intellect' St. Francis, the Saint of Love; St. long-time, the Will Power, and St. Theresa, the Saint of Houty. Filop-Miller writes well, philosophy and psychology outlines of the character its he with a thesis and uses the five saints to illustrate it. The Value gives the five saints and let us draw . Another these no ""saints"" who have no "","" before their And are there are in the modern world? The author writes for people of all Cathalics will be were more interested in his book then others.

Pub Date: Nov. 20th, 1945