The Early Days of the Little Monk Paperback

The Seventh Gift

by Harry Farra;


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The Early Days of the Little Monk

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The legend grows The Little Monk is back! For every person charmed by Paulist's top seller comes a delightful "prequel" that traces one critical year in the beloved character's history. In this book the Little Monk is a novice in the monastery of Maloo, where his serenity is darkened by the battle between good and evil. Evil forces tempt him, but though he resists temptation, he finds himself haunted by the past and is eventually put on trial in the world outside the protective walls of Maloo. This timeless parable - - combines poetry, proverbs, stories and enlightening incidents - investigates the theme of God's continual presence during the darkest struggles in life - explores the gifts of spiritual formation: silence, solitude, serenity, simplicity, single-heartedness, service and scripture - is a modern myth to help enrich one's own spirituality - is truly a book for all ages

The Early Days of the Little Monk by Harry Farra was published by Paulist Press International,U.S. in September 1999. The ISBN for The Early Days of the Little Monk is 9780809138753.

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Page last updated 27th October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherPaulist Press International,U.S. (September 1999)
Weight295g
Number of Pages144
Thickness19 mm
Height203 mm
Width140 mm
ISBN9780809138753
ISBN-100809138751
Product Code1194932
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