Go in Peace is a unique collection of some of the late Pope John Paul II’s most memorable, heartfelt words. In the course of 12 chapters, each one corresponding to a theme that dominated his papacy, Pope John Paul II offers answers to common questions such as, Why do we suffer?, and How can we live as believers in an unbelieving world? Edited by Joseph Durepos, Go in Peace articulates Pope John Paul II’s astonishingly powerful vision of what it means to be a Christian in today’s world.
Born Karol Wojtyla on May 18, 1920 in Wadowice, Poland, John Paul II lived through Nazi occupation during World War II, was ordained to the priesthood in 1946, and was appointed Archbishop of Krakow by Pope Paul VI.
Joseph Durepos has served as the editor on three previous books: No Greater Love, Go In Peace, and John Paul II's Lessons for Living. He is the executive editor of acquisitions at Loyola Press.
Pope John Paul II teaches us how to live a truly Christian life in these short, eloquent selections culled from his writings.
The best-selling distillation of the great pope’s most personal and inspirational thoughts.
Readers are introduced to the wisdom of St. Paul through the apostle’s writings and brief accompanying reflections.
Wisdom from the greatest spiritual writers of the two-thousand-year Catholic tradition.
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