VIII. A Vast Company of Witnesses: The Communion of Saints
The author makes the bold claim that all Christians should desire to be saints but that often our goals fall far below that universal call to holiness that Vatican II discussed and that our faith professes. In examining this call to holiness, the author examines four examples of holiness as seen in the lives of four saintly women: St. Katherine Drexel, St. Therese of Lesieux (The Little Flower), St. Edith Stein (aka Teresa Benedicta) and Bl. Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
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