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Alfred Delp (1907-1945) was a German Jesuit condemned to death by the Nazis for anti-Hitler activities. While awaiting execution Delp composed this series of meditations on Advent, the Lord's Prayer, the tasks of the future, the meaning of happiness, and other spiritual themes.
Written on the edge of eternity Delp's reflections continue to bear a special power and poignancy. His words snow the ongoing relevance of the Gospel in an age of idolatrous power and capricious violence.
"These are the thoughts of a man who, caught in a well-laid trap of political lies, clung desperately to a truth revealed to him in solitude, helplessness, emptiness, and desperation . . . ."--Thomas Merton
Alfred Delp by Alfred Delp was published by Orbis Books in March 2004 and is our 37797th best seller. The ISBN for Alfred Delp is 9781570755248.
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Details for Alfred Delp
|Page last updated||7th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Alfred Delp|
|Publisher||Orbis Books (March 2004)|
|Intro By||Thomas Merton|
|Number of Pages||224|