What Gives Me Strength

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What Gives Me Strength

Reflections on the Basic Prayers and Truths of Christianity

$9.95

This English edition of the European bestseller What Gives Me Strength is Fr. Martin Gutl's collection of devotions on various Christian traditions—the Sign of the Cross, the Lord's Prayer, the Hail Mary, and many more. Through Gutl's passionate reflections on the prayers and rituals of our faith, we come to see the traditions of the Christian Church as so much more than just words; they are a pathway to true and everlasting intimacy with God.

John F. LaLande II 

John F. LaLande II is a published author with Loyola Press.

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Martin Gutl 

Martin Gutl is a published author with Loyola Press.

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Books by John F. LaLande II

What Gives Me Strength

Reflections on the Basic Prayers and Truths of Christianity

A European bestseller, Father Gutl's collection of devotions reflect on staples of the Christian faith—the prayers, rituals, and truths. Gutl shares his own insights and passion for Christianity.

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The Dancing Prophet

This collection of meditative texts and prayers based upon Gutl's ministry experiences is a source of spiritual enrichment. Gutl's meditations can be used for homilies or to open a meeting.

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Books by Martin Gutl

What Gives Me Strength

Reflections on the Basic Prayers and Truths of Christianity

A European bestseller, Father Gutl's collection of devotions reflect on staples of the Christian faith—the prayers, rituals, and truths. Gutl shares his own insights and passion for Christianity.

Shop Now

The Dancing Prophet

This collection of meditative texts and prayers based upon Gutl's ministry experiences is a source of spiritual enrichment. Gutl's meditations can be used for homilies or to open a meeting.

Shop Now