Books about Charles de Foucauld and his Spiritual Family

Leaven in the Dough, Contemplative prayer in everyday life with Charles de Foucauld and Rene Voillaume

Fr Jose Recondo gives us first hand insight into the writings of Fr Rene Voillaume on contemplative prayer following Jesus of Nazareth.
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Dare to break bread

Geoffrey Howard was a parish priest in Salford, Manchester from the 1970s to 1990's. These meditations follow the pattern of the liturgy, weaving stories from parish and desert into a profound reflection on the Eucharist. This is a disturbing, challenging and amusing book.
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Charles de Foucauld, mon frere

Celebrating his 100th Anniversary,this book groups the writings of Charles de Foucauld in themes - Beauty, Joy, Mercy, Humility, Nazareth, Prayer, Desert, Work.
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The Grace of Being Minority

The grace of being a minorityThe grace of being a minority
To prophetic,little and hidden voices and struggles, who sow the seed of Liberation, justice and Peace.  read more »

Charles de Foucauld, Journey to Tamanrasset

'The originality of this book is that it introduces us with ruthless honesty to the inner turmoil that this exceptional man of the twentieth century went through in his search to faithfully answer the call of 'Jesus, the Workman of Nazareth'.
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Beyond Borders, Life and spirituality of Little sister Magdeleine of Jesus

This book tells the life of an extraordinary woman who, at 38, started a new journey, going beyond social barriers and all kind of borders which separate people, with a blind trust in Jesus "the Master of the Impossible." It's the story of a woman who, being attentive to the signs of her time, influenced the Church in many hidden ways.  read more »

Little sister Magdeleine of Jesus

Little sister Annie presents a comprehensive and lively life of Little sister Magdeleine of Jesus.  read more »