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There are many truly inspiring stories of American saints, and Saints of the Americas captures these stories through “conversations” between the book’s authors and saints from North and South America.
The American saints featured in this book hail from 15 countries in the Western Hemisphere—from the nations of Central and South America and the Caribbean to the United States and Canada. Included are the stories of Salvadoran martyr Oscar Romero, Venezuelan physician and healer José Gregorio Hernández, Costa Rican social activist María Romero Meneses, and many others.
Arturo Pérez-Rodríguez is a Chicago priest and a well-known author and speaker on matters of Hispanic spirituality and popular religion in the Catholic context.
Miguel Arias was the senior editor of Spanish media at Loyola Press.
La fe vivificante de 30 santos nacidos en el continente americano se ilustra en un diálogo vivo y actual que los autores establecen con los santos y santas a quienes se honran como tales en la Iglesia, pueblo de Dios.
Saints of the Americas tells stories of saints through “conversations” between the authors and the saints. Includes stories of saints such as Oscar Romero, Gregorio Hernández, María Romero Meneses, and many others.
Esta serie de 10 folletos concisos y prácticos constituye un recurso esencial para cualquier ministro pastoral que busca un texto en lenguaje llano y directo que enriquezca el conocimiento de la fe católica en sus feligreses. Available in English.
These short, practical booklets feature topics that help parishioners celebrate God's presence in their midst. Available in Spanish.
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