Short Reflections on Loving the People Around Us
Chiara Lubich (about)
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This is a small book with profound thoughts and insights. Some of them are easy to understand while others are mystical and difficult to grasp. Therefore, the nature of this book is spirituality and it is not a practical handbook on how to help the strange others.
Alan L Chan
Canaan Chinatown Christian Church, Las Vegas, NV, USA
An internationally known religious leader and writer, Italian-born Chiara Lubich (1920-2008) was described by the New York Times as one of the most influential women in the Catholic Church. She was president of the Focolare Movement, and her work has been recognized by universities, agencies, foundations, nations, states, and municipalities including 15 honorary doctorates, numerous civic awards, the Templeton Prize for Progress of Religion, and the UNESCO Peace Prize. She has published over 50 books in 29 languages, with more than one million copies sold.