What the Saints Said about Heaven
Saint Benedict Press 2011
Everyone hopes to go to heaven, but what do we really know about it?
There are thrilling promises in Scripture but not an abundance of detail about the nature of heavenly existence. Another source of insight and hope can be found in the writings of the saints throughout history.
What the Saints Said About Heaven combines scriptural passages, saintly writings, and prayers from the heart, all organized into a daily meditation format. It provides inspiring thoughts on subjects such as: What the beatific vision will be like; on being in heaven with loved ones; about Angels, Saints, and what we will do in our resurrected bodies.
What the Saints Said About Heaven is the ideal gift for every Christian, and serves as an encouraging reminder that each day we spend on earth is a preparation for the ultimate joy of life to come.
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- Offers daily meditations
- Provides traditional prayers of the Church
- Includes brief biographies of the saints quoted
- In Heaven, We Will Be United with God
- In Heaven, We Will Be United with Family and Friends
- In Heaven, We Will Be with Angels and the Saints
- In Heaven, We Will Live in Beauty that Surpasses Nature
- In Heaven, We Will Have Resurrected Bodies
- In Heaven, We Will Do Wonderful Things
- Preparing for Heaven
- Title: What the Saints Said About Heaven
- Authors: Ronda Chervin, Richard Ballard, and Ruth Ballard
- Publisher: St. Benedict Press
- Publication Date: 2011
- Pages: 125
About Ronda Chervin
Ronda Chervin received a PhD in philosophy from Fordham University and an MA in religious studies from Notre Dame Apostolic Institute. Ronda has been a professor of philosophy and theology at Loyola Marymount University, the Seminary of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, and Franciscan University of Steubenville. She is an international speaker and author of numerous books about Catholic thought, practice, and spirituality.