- Hardcover book with Dust Jacket
- Translated from Prières by Michel Quoist; Paris,
Les Editions Ouvrières, 1954.
- © Sheed & Ward, Inc. 1963
RT. REV. MSGR. JAMES T. CLARKE, S.T.L.
JUNE 7, 1963
† MOST REVEREND JEROME D. HANNAN
BISHOP OF SCRANTON
JUNE 15, 1963 Contents includes:
" Introduction: To Pray These Pages
If we knew how to listen to God
I Like Youngsters
Son, I Beseech You, Don't Sleep Any More
If only we knew how to look at life
I Would Like to Rise Very High
All life would become a sign
The Wire Fence
At the Door
All of life would become prayer
Prayer Before a Twenty-Dollar Bill
The Pornographic Magazine
To Love: the Prayer of the Adolescent
I Found Marcel Alone
The Priest: A Prayer on Sunday Night
I Spoke, Lord
That Face, Lord, Haunts Me
He Was in the Middle of the Street
The Bald Head
Football at Night
Lord, I Have Time
There Are Two Loves Only
Stages of the Road
Lord, Deliver Me from Myself
Lord, Why Did You Tell Me to Love ?
Help Me to Say "Yes"
Nothing, I Am Nothing ...
Agony: Lord I Am Crushed
It Is Dark
Lord, You Have Seized Me
Before You, Lord
Prayers on the Way of the Cross
(I.) Jesus Is Condemned to Death
(II.) Jesus Bears His Cross
(III.) Jesus Falls for the First Time
(IV.) Jesus Meets His Mother
(V.) Simon of Cyrene Helps Carry Jesus' Cross
(VI.) A Woman Wipes the Face of Jesus
(VII.) Jesus Falls for the Second Time
(VIII.) Jesus Rebukes the Daughters of Jerusalem
(IX.) Jesus Falls for the Third Time
(X.) Jesus Is Stripped of His Garments
(XI.) Jesus Is Nailed to the Cross
(XII.) Jesus Dies on the Cross
(XIII.) Jesus Is Given to His Mother
(XIV.) Jesus Is Laid in the Tomb "
There is an attached purple ribbon bookmark.
This book is in very nice condition but has some aging spots on the side edges of the pages.
The dust jacket is very worn and torn and has several aging stains.
No torn or ripped pages.