City Of Saints: Pilgrimage JP ll's Krakow

City Of Saints: Pilgrimage JP ll's Krakow

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Karol Wojty, Pope John Paul II, was a man whose life was the expression of a richly textured and multidimensional soul. The many layers of that soul took on their first, mature form in KrakÌ George Weigel

In this beautifully illustrated spiritual travelogue, New York Times bestselling author George Weigel leads readers through the historic streets of KrakÌ_w, Poland, introducing one of the world's great cities through the life of one of the most influential Catholic leaders of all time.

To follow Karol Wojty through KrakÌ_w is to follow an itinerary of sanctity while learning the story of a city Weigel writes. Thus, in what follows, the story of Karol Wojty, St. John Paul II, and the story of KrakÌ_w are interwoven in a chronological pilgrimage through the life of a saint that reveals, at the same time, the dramatic history and majestic culture of a city where a boy grew into a man, priest, a bishop and an apostle to the world.

With stunning photographs by Stephen Weigel and notes on the city's remarkable fabric by Carrie Gress, City of Saints offers an in-depth look at a man and a city that made an indelible impression on the life and thought of the Catholic Church and the 21st century world.

Book Title City Of Saints: Pilgrimage JP ll's Krakow
Author Written by George Weigel with Carrie Gress and Stephen Weigel
Type Book

Karol Wojty, Pope John Paul II, was a man whose life was the expression of a richly textured and multidimensional soul. The many layers of that soul took on their first, mature form in KrakÌ George Weigel

In this beautifully illustrated spiritual travelogue, New York Times bestselling author George Weigel leads readers through the historic streets of KrakÌ_w, Poland, introducing one of the world's great cities through the life of one of the most influential Catholic leaders of all time.

To follow Karol Wojty through KrakÌ_w is to follow an itinerary of sanctity while learning the story of a city Weigel writes. Thus, in what follows, the story of Karol Wojty, St. John Paul II, and the story of KrakÌ_w are interwoven in a chronological pilgrimage through the life of a saint that reveals, at the same time, the dramatic history and majestic culture of a city where a boy grew into a man, priest, a bishop and an apostle to the world.

With stunning photographs by Stephen Weigel and notes on the city's remarkable fabric by Carrie Gress, City of Saints offers an in-depth look at a man and a city that made an indelible impression on the life and thought of the Catholic Church and the 21st century world.

  • Paperback: 36 pages
  • Publisher: Image (October 27, 2015)
  • Language:English