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Book details
  • Genre:RELIGION
  • SubGenre:Christianity / Catholic
  • Language:English
  • Duration:1 Hour 14 Minutes
  • Audiobook ISBN:9781667882215

15 Letters to Lily

by Christopher Bloom, M.D

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"This book is a perfect read for those who wish to learn more about and be inspired by the Catholic faith. For parents who wish for their children to be brought up in the Catholic Church, I would also recommend they give this book a chance." Online Book Club. "Everyone should read this book." Aaron Neville, Grammy Award winner
"15 Letters to Lily" was written for anyone who wants to become Catholic, has fallen away from Catholicism, or wants to be inspired in their Catholic faith. Written from a grandfather to his grandchild, this book gently guides people back to their faith and serves as a starting point for anyone who may have doubts about their Catholic beliefs. This collection includes selected saints' writings and a letter from Fr. Peter Mary, F.SS.R., a Catholic priest. Upon receiving the Sacrament of Confirmation, "15 Letters to Lily" provides an appropriate gift for the new soldiers of Jesus Christ.
About the author

Christopher A. Bloom, M.D. is a cradle Catholic who completed his medical training in Internal Medicine at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in 1986. Dr. Bloom oversees adults' and seniors' medical and psychological needs as a primary care physician with over 35 years of clinical care experience. His practice ensures that the best medical care is equitable, regardless of race, creed, or socioeconomic status.

Fr. Peter Mary F.SS.R is a Transalpine Redemptorist Catholic priest. He belongs to a religious institute of the Catholic Church canonically erected in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Aberdeen and Papa Stronsay in the Orkney Islands, Scotland, and the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. They were formed in 1988 as a traditionalist offshoot of the Redemptorists, following a monastic rule based on that of Alphonsus Liguori. They were later formally erected as a religious institute in 2012.