Romano Guardini

Romano Guardini

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Romano Guardini (1885–1968) was ordained a priest in 1910. He was a professor at the University of Berlin until the Nazis expelled him in 1939. His sermons, books, popular classes, and his involvement in the post-war German Catholic Youth Movement won him worldwide acclaim. His works combine a keen thirst for God with a profound depth of thought and a delightful perfection of expression.

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Lingering on Mary in the Rosary

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Christ’s Power to Draw Us Close to Him

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The Art of Contemplative & Mystical Prayer

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Prayer to the Saints and to the Mother of God

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Christ In Us Through the Rosary

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The Role of Inward Prayer

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God’s Holiness Makes Us Uncomfortable

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The Art of Verbal Prayer

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Why Be Still & Silent at Mass?

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Freedom of Detachment

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