OFFICIAL ONLINE STORE OF FRIARS MINOR CAPUCHIN SAN GIOVANNI ROTONDO THE PROVINCE OF RELIGIOUS SANT'ANGELO AND FATHER PIO
The book outlines the human and spiritual figure of Fra Camillo from Sant'Elia a Pianisi, the begging friar who went to the countryside and to the houses of Pietrelcina when the little Francesco Forgione was maturing his religious vocation. It was his beard, but above all his simple and jovial character that fascinated the Pietrelcinese child, who was...
THE CLA VERSION COMPLETE AND UPDATED VERSION OF THE BOOK STORY IMAGES. AN EXTRAORDINARY JOURNEY TO THE LIFE OF PADRE PIO, ENRICHED OF THE LAST GREAT EVENTS OF THE HISTORY OF THE HOLY "STOLEN IMAGES" IN TIME, MEMORY, ARCHIVES, ACCOMPANIED BY MEMORIES AND TESTIMONIES OF ITS JUNCTIONS OF YESTERDAY AND TODAY. (italiano)
A text that offers a new starting point for interpretation regarding the complex relationship that the Capuchin saint had with the theme of death: on the one desired to "be with God", while on the other he felt called to remain in the world as a witness of that same love given on the cross for men.
A book for alternately knowing Father Pio's life. Responding to 142 questions. Fr. Mariano Di Vito and Eugenio Fini, will be able to satisfy the many small and great curiosities about the extraordinary human and mystical experience of the saint most invoked by the Italians.
IN HIS INTERESTING WORK, FATHER JUAN ANTONIO VIVES AGUILELLA, ACCEPTING THE INVITATION TO "COME OUT" HOLY FATHER, DESCRIBES THE TRAITS MERCIFUL SAINT'S COMING UP TO DESCEND INTO THE WOUNDS OF HUMANITY ABANDONED TO RETURN IT TO HOPE.
An artistic edition , the Missal , the Lectionary and the form , approved by the competent ecclesiastical authority , indispensable to all priests to celebrate the liturgical memorial " mandatory " of St. Pio of PietrelcinaNow in its second edition , this volume , beautifully bound and enriched the color reproduction of valuable icons , contains, in...
Beautiful, brightly colored designs and eye-catching, illustrate the history of Padre Pio told by a grandmother, returning from his last pilgrimage to San Giovanni Rotondo, to his granddaughter. Italian Language