A Good Life

15 Essential Habits for Living with Hope and Joy

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By Pope Francis

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In this internationally bestselling book, Pope Francis shares fifteen rules for how to live a happy and fulfilling life. 

Life can be hard, but no matter what challenges you are facing, Pope Francis wants you to know you were created by God for this moment. There is always a way to find joy and to celebrate the wonder of the life we have been given.

In this brand-new book, Pope Francis offers fifteen mindsets that allow readers to find hope and meaning in every circumstance. He encourages us to defend and protect the light that shines in us, to believe in the beautiful, to find meaning in the struggles, to work for peace, and to build something wherever we are. He also reminds us of the importance of gratitude, warns Christians against complacency, and encourages real, face-to-face connection over conversations merely on screens. He points us toward the light, and also opens up with powerful vulnerability about times he has faced the darkness himself, calling us all to meaningful prayer.

None of us knows how many days are left before us. The wisdom in this heartfelt collection will encourage, inspire, equip, and ultimately help you to live a beautiful and meaningful life.

 

  • "Lucid lessons for a life of faith and fulfillment...the persistent encouragement to 'let yourself be loved by God for He loves you just as you are' rings true. Catholics will find hope and assurance in this uplifting guide."

    Publishers Weekly

On Sale
Feb 20, 2024
Page Count
208 pages
Publisher
Worthy Books
ISBN-13
9781546007029

Pope Francis

About the Author

Pope Francis–Jorge Mario Bergoglio–was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on December 17, 1936, the son of Italian immigrants. He was ordained a priest in the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in 1969 and created a bishop in 1992. He became Archbishop of Buenos Aires in 1998 and was named a cardinal in 2001. In March 2013 he was elected Bishop of Rome, the 266th pope of the Catholic Church.

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