Books by Little Sister Magdeleine

He took me by the hand, Little sister Magdeleine's diary

'In writing this narrative I shall try to describe in the simplest terms how god used me to do his work. My story can be summed up in a few words:' The Lord took me by the hand and blindly I followed.'




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The Call of the Desert

The Call of the Desert tells the story of an extraordinary woman called to a love which recognized no boundaries.  read more »

Brothers of Men, Letters to the Little Brothers

The vocation of the Little Brothers and Sisters of Jesus is to share the life of ordinary people, to exercise an apostolate of religious presence in the world.

This book is a selection of letters that Father Voillaume wrote to the Fraternities (the communities of the Brothers) all over the world, together with notes he wrote about their life, as he went on his travels to visit them.  read more »

Silent Pilgrimage to God

This unpretentious book, written by a Little Brother of Jesus who has been a disciple of Charles de Foucauld for more than thirty years, is designed simply to let Brother Charles witness to his faith with the strength, simplicity and love that characterise it. Commentary would merely weaken this witness.  read more »

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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