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Charles de Foucauld: Hermit and Explorer

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Overview

Charles de Foucauld: Hermit and Explorer is the famous and bestselling biography of Blessed Charles de Foucauld, written by French novelist René Bazin. A martyr of the Catholic Church, Foucauld lived as a priest among nomadic tribes in the Sahara, and was assassinated in 1916. This biography of Foucauld’s life and writings was instrumental in inspiring the founding of 19 religious congregations, including the Little Brothers of Jesus and the Association of the Brothers and Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

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Key Features

  • Presents the bestselling biography of a twentieth-century Catholic martyr
  • Provides insight into the foundation of 19 religious congregations
  • Offers inspiration for Christian readers

Contents

  • His Youth
  • The Preliminaries of the Journey
    • The Disguise and the First Steps
    • The Story of Mardoché Abi Servur
  • The Explorer
  • His Conversion
  • The Trappist
  • Nazareth and Jerusalem
  • Charles de Foucauld A Priest—The Desert Road
  • Beni-Abbes
  • Training Tours
  • The Settlement in Hoggar
  • Poetry and Proverbs
  • Tamanrasset

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About René Bazin

René Bazin (1853–1932), or René François Nicolas Marie Bazin, was professor of law in the Catholic university in Angers. He became a well-known novelist with his 1888 work A Spot of Ink. He was admitted to the French Academy in 1904. He was president of the Corporation des Publicistes Chretiens and a knight commander of the Order of St. Gregory the Great. He wrote over 20 novels in French, including Donatienne and La Sarcelle Bleue.

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