Author : Paul Thigpen
Genre : Religion
Publisher : TAN Books
ISBN : 9781618907196
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The war is on. The Devil plots to defeat you. Meet some battle-tested warriors who fight at your side. Satan is real. He’s a formidable foe who wants to snatch us away from God, and the thought of doing battle with him can seem daunting. Even so, the saints who have gone before us have engaged the Devil, armed with the power of Christ … and emerged victorious! These fellow warriors in heaven now fight on our behalf. In Saints Who Battled Satan, Paul Thigpen, author of Manual for Spiritual Warfare, details the heroic combat of 17 saints who defeated the Enemy. In Saints Who Battled Satan, discover: How Satan attacks us through extraordinary assaults and everyday temptations. How these 17 saints used prayer, Scripture, the sacraments, and other spiritual weapons against the Enemy.How the virtues served these saints as combat armor. How these victorious saints now offer their aid to those of us still battling on earth. Read the inspiring and triumphant stories of Padre Pio, Francis of Assisi, Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Avila, John Vianney, and a dozen other saints who battled Satan. You’ll find the strength, the courage, and the faith to win your own war against the Enemy.

Author : Paul Thigpen
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Tan Books
ISBN : 1618907182
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In"Saints Who Battled Satan," Paul Thigpen, author of"Manual for Spiritual Warfare," details the heroic combat of 17 saints who defeated the Enemy."

Author : Paul Thigpen
Genre : Religion
Publisher : TAN Books
ISBN : 9781618906540
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A fierce war rages for your soul. Are you ready for battle? Like it or not, you are at war. You face a powerful enemy out to destroy you. You live on the battlefield, so you can’t escape the conflict. It’s a spiritual war with crucial consequences in your everyday life and its outcome will determine your eternal destiny. You must engage the Enemy. And as you fight, you need a Manual for Spiritual Warfare. This guide for spiritual warriors will help you recognize, resist, and overcome the Devil’s attacks. Part One, “Preparing for Battle,” answers these critical questions: • Who is Satan, and what powers does he have? • What are his typical strategies? • Who fights him alongside us in battle? • What spiritual weapons and armor do we possess? • How do we keep the Enemy out of our camp? Part Two, “Aids in Battle,” provides you these essential resources: • Teaching about spiritual warfare from Scripture and Church documents • Scripture verses for battle • Wisdom and inspiration from saints who fought Satan • Prayers for protection, deliverance, and victory • Rosary meditations, hymns, and other devotions for spiritual combat St. Paul urges us to “fight the good fight of the faith” (1 Tim 6:12). Take this Manual for Spiritual Warfare with you into battle. The beautiful Premium UltraSoft gift edition features sewn binding, ribbon marker and silver edges.

Author : Paul Thigpen
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Tan Books
ISBN : 150511280X
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Since the Early Church, Catholic saints and other visionaries have reported horrific scenes of eternal punishment. Dozens of saints throughout history have described the terrors of hell, and relayed horror of being separated from God for eternity so that we may see for ourselves and repent.

Author : Eamon Duffy
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
Publisher : Yale University Press
ISBN : 9780300176889
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The Bishops of Rome have been Christianity's most powerful leaders for nearly two millennia, and their influence has extended far beyond the purely spiritual. The popes have played a central role in the history of Europe and the wider world, not only shouldering the spiritual burdens of their ancient office, but also in contending with - and sometimes precipitating - the cultural and political crises of their times. In an acclaimed series of BBC radio broadcasts Eamon Duffy explored the impact of ten popes he judged to be among 'the most influential in history'. With this book, readers may now also enjoy Duffy's portraits of ten exceptional men who shook the world. The book begins with St Peter, the Rock upon whom the Catholic Church was built, and follows with Leo the Great (fifth century), Gregory the Great (sixth century), Gregory VII (eleventh century), Innocent III (thirteenth century), Paul III (sixteenth century), and Pius IX (nineteenth century). Among twentieth-century popes, Duffy examines the lives and contributions of Pius XII, who was elected on the eve of the Second World War, the kindly John XXIII, who captured the world's imagination, and John Paul II, the first non-Italian pope in 450 years. Each of these ten extraordinary individuals, Duffy shows, shaped their own worlds, and in the process, helped to create ours.

Author : Jean Lafrance
Genre : Contemplation
Publisher : Médiaspaul
ISBN : 2890399826
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Author : Paul Thigpen
Genre : Religion
Publisher :
ISBN : UOM:49015002934561
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Paul thigpen, Ph.D., lays our in clear, simple terms the biblical foundations of Catholic teaching on the age. Drawing from Scripture and Tradition, The Rapture Trap reveals the shortcomings of the "rapture" doctrine and the larger tangle of unfounded religious teachings to which it's tied.

Author : Paul Thigpen
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Realms
ISBN : 1599790939
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Nearly seven hundred years ago the Italian poet Dante wrote The Inferno, an epic tale of the fate awaiting doomed souls in the underworld. Now, the sto

Author : Fr Kevin E. Mackin Ofm
Genre : Religion
Publisher : WestBow Press
ISBN : 1973669927
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There's no denying the powerful attraction of evil. Pop culture blockbusters like The Exorcist and Rosemary's Baby, and their many recent successors, are but a snapshot of the appeal. What are the biblical facts about evil, demonic possession, the exorcisms by Jesus? Has the modern-day church downplayed the devil, leaving humans in the lurch? How can everyday folks recognize and avoid the snares of Satan? In "Get Thee behind Me, Satan" Rejecting Evil, Kevin E. Mackin, OFM, a popular priest and former college president and professor, shares his religious studies as a helpful guide for preachers, catechists, and laypersons. The book offers a unique reader-friendly look at church history, biblical sources and understandings of Satan, exorcisms, the "kingdom of God," faith formation, and keeping the devil away.

Author : Rev. Fr. Carl Vogl
Genre : Religion
Publisher : TAN Books
ISBN : 9781505106886
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Famous 23-day-long exorcism case of Erling, Iowa. Incredible and frightening. We have received several letters from Iowa verifying that this exorcism really occurred. Probably the most famous exorcism ever performed in the U.S.A.