|Statement||by Henri Ghéon; translated by F. J. Sheed.|
|Contributions||Sheed, F. J 1897-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 7-203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
This is a highly readable life of Saint John Bosco, the nineteenth century saint raised up to reclaim children from unbelief, vice and delinquency. Pope Pius XI canonised this "giant of holiness," saying that he knew no life of a saint wherein the direct and miraculous action of . The men, John Bosco and Joseph Cottolengo, were out in the world, in the very thick of it, never resting, but thrusting more boldly into it. There you have contrast in plenty—but no opposition: only proof of rich resources, a widening horizon for the divine field. In this book I speak of St. John Bosco. One more saint, you say wearily. OCLC Number: Notes: "Printed in Great Britain." Translation of Saint Jean Bosco. Description: v, pages frontispiece (portrait) 21 cm: Other Titles. Saint John Bosco: Secret formula for winning the lottery. The following is a story taken from the famous book of Saint John Bosco´s Revealed Dreams about the secret formula for winning the lottery. A poor man heard about the wonders of this humble priest and ran to him to ask him something very important: "The formula to win the lottery.".
The Secret of St. John Bosco by Henri Gheon, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Secret of Saint John Bosco ^ | | Henri Gheon-"Secrets of the Saints" Posted on 01/31/ PM PST by Lady In Blue. THE SECRET OF SAINT JOHN BOSCO. by Henri Gheon. FOREWORD. Our world, having too long renounced obedience, is now in love with servitude. The individualist has become a Bolshevik or a Nazi. John Melchior Bosco (Italian: Giovanni Melchiorre Bosco; 16 August – 31 January ), popularly known as Don Bosco [ˌdɔm ˈbɔsko], was an Italian Roman Catholic priest, educator, and writer of the 19th century. While working in Turin, where the population suffered many of the ill-effects of industrialization and urbanization, he dedicated his life to the betterment and education of. The secret of Saint John Bosco. [Henri Ghéon] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henri Ghéon. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Language Note: Translation of Saint Jean Bosco.
Saint John Bosco: The friend of children and young people, trans. Marianne Lorraine Trouvé, FSP. Handsomely illus. book for youngsters (5th-grade reading level). Series “Along the paths of the Gospel.” 71 pp hc X $ Morrison, John. The Educational Philosophy of St. John Bosco. The theory and practice of the. The secret of Saint John Bosco. London: Sheed & Ward. MLA Citation. Gheon, Henri. and Sheed, F. J. The secret of Saint John Bosco / by Henri Gheon ; translated by F.J. Sheed Sheed & Ward London Australian/Harvard Citation. Gheon, Henri. FORTY DREAMS OF ST. JOHN BOSCO From St. John Bosco's Biographical Memoirs. By St. John Bosco. Forty Dreams Of St. John Bosco. These fascinating dreams involve prophecy and reading of hearts, with a powerful spiritual message. Includes: To Hell and Back, Two Boys Attacked by a Monster, The Snake and the Rosary, and many more. The Secret Book of John is a complex developmental mythology that has been made more complicated because, over the years, versions of it have been “improved” by several levels of scribal alteration. One set of levels is the evident addition of rather lengthy texts (a list of magical names, a dialogue on the soul, a providence hymn) to an.