The Little Book of Holy Gratitude

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Sharp penance for remembered sins helps stouthearted Christians seize heaven, but gentler souls like Our Blessed Lady and scores of her saints have trod a different path. Their souls are possessed by gratitude, inspired by the remembrance of past benefits, and filled with wonder at the abundant loving-kindness of God.

As Father Faber shows, gratitude is the fertile soil from which springs an ardent, exuberant love of Christ – a love that can be yours as well. These wise pages reveal the critical role that gratitude plays in your sanctification, and they’ll remind you of the many things the Lord has given you for which you should be grateful each moment of every day. Here you’ll also learn:

  • That thanksgiving is the very essence of Christian worship
  • Why gratitude is easiest way to heaven and the surest path to joy
  • How gratitude dissolves pride even faster than penance
  • How gratitude can make you like the Angels themselves
  • That ingratitude is the hidden sin of too many good people (What about you?)
  • Why you should even be grateful — yes — for blessings received by your enemies
  • How gratitude often wins souls more quickly than preaching
  • Why it’s scandalous that we neglect gratitude more than prayer
  • Why you should even be grateful for your troubles
  • That gratitude brings far more blessings than most of us ever suspect

Hear in this small book the voices of so many saints who knew that gratitude is the very key to holiness: St. Alphonsus de Liguori, St. Bernard of Clairvaux, St. Bonaventure, St. Bridget of Sweden, St. Catherine of Siena, St. Francis de Sales, St. Francis Xavier, St. Gertrude, St. Gregory of Nyssa, St. Ignatius of Loyola, St. Jane Frances de Chantal, St. Jerome, St. John Chrysostom, St. John of Avila, St. John of God, St. Lawrence Justinian, St. Louis of France, St. Peter Faber, St. Philip Neri, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Thomas Aquinas, and many others.

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"Fr. Faber shows us how holy gratitude is the most civilizing virtue for life temporal and eternal."

Fr. George William Rutler
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"This little book is balm for the soul. It unlocks the key to a life of deep joy and contentment."

Barbara McGuigan
Host of The Good Fight
  • Pages: 128
  • Format(s): Paperback, eBook
  • ISBN: 978-1-622823-437
  • Product Code: 3437
  • Availability: In Stock
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Spiritual Food for Everyday!
So much spiritual food!! Gratitude is so lost today, especially to the Divine Lover of our souls! Cannot go wrong with Father Faber's writings!
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Faber's excellent book, All For Jesus
Some of this book is taken from Fr. Faber's excellent book, All For Jesus. I recommend that others read Holy Gratitude, All for Jesus and Fr. Faber's other books. All of his books are wonderful!
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It is so easy to fall into ingratitude
A must read if one wants to truly discover the truth about oneself in the area of gratitude (or more likely ingratitude)...It is so easy to fall into ingratitude..and yes, without realising it.
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Much needed reminder for all.....
How needed today! Absolutely a wonderful reminder for all......it is a treasure that should be in every home!
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