The translation of Brennendes Feuer, which is a graphic life of St. Pius X, has been a work of love and inspiration. The lessons given us by the great Pontiff in his poverty, charity and burning zeal for souls should animate all who strive for personal holiness and the saving of many souls.
When Pope St. Pius was a boy, the neighbors called him Beppo Sarto. He was full of fire but he burned with a steady glow. People loved him because he loved people. The purpose of this biography is to widen the circle of boys and girls, men and women, to know him better and to love him the more in gratitude for the unspeakable privilege of daily, Holy Communion.
Hardcover with dust jacket, 269 pages.