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BY REV. HENRY E. O'KEEFFE,
Of the Paulist Fathers
"Father O'Keeffe discusses a number of topics of great practical value in an original and arresting manner. His treatment evidences ripe scholarship leavened with culture and illumined with Divine truth . . . the make-up of the volume is excellent."-The Missionary.
"A clever and interesting volume, full of up-to-date suggestions and presented in a terse and admirable style . . . We heartily recommend it for layman and priest.”—The Tablet.
"Practical issues expressed in an unhackneyed way... The chapter headings will in themselves awaken pregnant trains of thought in a preacher's mind, and supply him with a sermon."-The Catholic World.
"All of them are well worth while, being thoughtful, suggestive, and practical.”—Ave Maria.
54 Sermons Attractively Bound in Cloth
BY THE SAME AUTHOR
A group of religious essays calculated to suggest thought and evoke memories.
In twenty-two short talks on varied topics Father O'Keeffe links past and present in a wide knowledge of men and things. In format the book is a companion to Sermons in Miniature.
Ready for sale November 1st
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