Author(s)Martin, James, 1960-
KeywordsMartin, James, 1960-
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The saint of the sock drawer (introduction) -- Child of God: Joan of Arc -- Inward drama: Thérèse of Lisieux -- The true self: Thomas Merton -- Ad Majorem dei Gloriam: Ignatius of Loyola -- More than ever: Pedro Arrupe -- In the grotto of Massabieille: Bernadette Soubirous -- Share this joy with all you meet: Mother Teresa -- Vicar of Christ: Pope John XXIII -- Living in her world: Dorothy Day -- For I am a sinful man: Peter -- Fides quaerens intellectum: Thomas Aquinas -- Fools for Christ: Francis of Assisi -- Hidden lives: Joseph -- Who trusts in God: the Ugandan martyrs -- The most precious thing I possess: Aloysius Gonzaga -- Full of grace: Mary -- Holy in a different way: a conclusion
James Martin reflects on how he has been inspired throughout his life by the saints of the Catholic Church and how the saints' teachings have led him to his current path as a Jesuit priest
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