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The most beautiful stories...
story0111-The wise Poles.
One should not change religion for human reasons.
The conviction that the prophecies of the Old Testament were fulfilled in the person of Jesus Christ led Emmanuel Veit and many other Jews to Christianity.
story0406-Saint Catherine and the 50 scholars.
The Saints had the gift of wisdom; they recognized that the unalterable beauty of the soul is more valuable than the beauty of the body which withers in a short time.
story1229-Saint Louis and the miraculous host.
Faith of saint Louis in the words of Jesus Christ.
story1230-The exterior and interior of St. Peter’s Dome.
Some people who would not admit religious truths at any price, believe the most absurd assertions with an unusual naivety.
story1231-The great lamp and an infinite number of small lamps.
To lose one’s fortune is to lose much; to lose one’s life is to lose more; to lose faith is to lose everything.
story0101-A blank page
Faith is a free gift of God: this grace can be obtained by a keen desire for the truth, by an honest life and by prayer.
story0102-God gives the grace of faith to the one who lives piously
God never fails to enlighten the soul that practices good and sincerely seeks the truth.
story0103-God enlightens every man coming into this world
God gives the grace of faith to those who sincerely seek the truth.
story0104-God gives the grace of faith to those who ask for it through prayer.
Admirable conduct of a man who sacrifices an important position for the love of truth.
story0105-The unbeliever and the bottle of wine.
The principle of the unbeliever: I do not believe, what I do not see, is so absurd that people who have never been to Rome, Paris, London, would be entitled to dispute the existence of these cities.
story0106-Christian in secret.
Jesus Christ says in the Gospel: “Whoever acknowledges Me before men, I will also acknowledge him before My Father in Heaven; but whoever denies Me before men, I will also deny him before My heavenly Father.”