The Sign of the Cross in the Nineteenth Century Catholic Audiobook CD Set
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The Sign of the Cross in the Nineteenth Century examines the sign of the Cross made by Christians since the very earliest days of the church up until the 19th century (when this volume was written). This book is a series of letters intended to help a young man who has come under fire from him college mates, becoming the focus of their mocking jokes because he, true to his Faith and his upbringing, makes the Sign of the Cross before and after meals in public. He begs the priest to tell him what he thinks of the practice, of which his companions were trying to make him ashamed, and of the Sign of the Cross in general. Stories of miracles, as well as the concise writings of the good Father, impress upon the reader the need to make the sign of the cross reverently and frequently.
by Jean-Joseph Gaume, translated by a daughter of St. Joseph.
6 Audio CD’s – 6 Hours and 46 Minutes.
The Sign of the Cross in the Nineteenth Century is read by Multiple Readers.