About My Cousin Saint Faustina

Author: Paulette G. Honeygosky
ISBN: 1414000944
Release Date: 2003-11
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

CAN MIKE NORRIS SAVE THE U.S.? John McCord Spins Fast-paced Thriller about Internet Millionaire's Attempt to Foil a Foreign Sneak Attack. Sneak Attack is an electrifying thriller from author John McCord. Internet multimillionaire Mike Norris and his friends within an elite think tank must unravel the details of an Iranian government scheme to topple the global geopolitical landscape and cripple the United States. Falling into sudden Internet wealth is not without its problems, and Mike's friends help him out of his funk. But then, due to an incident surrounding the events of 9/11, Mike has a CIA officer on his tail, bent on bringing him down, and he has to shake him. Now, years later, Mike and his friends, along with a small group of government operatives including the CIA become caught up in a race against time to determine the details of the enemy's plot, and to try to stop a devastating EMP Sneak Attack. Reader Reviews say: "If you think it can't happen...think again!" Read Sneak Attack by John McCord. Buy it now at www.SneakAttackNovel.com, Buy it at Barnes & Noble bookstores!

Top Ten Questions that Jesus Asked

Author: Sr. Paulette Honeygosky, vsc
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781456700782
Release Date: 2010-11-23
Genre: Religion

This book is a three-in-one. Book One clarifies the questions Jesus asked – of the Apostles and the early Christians, - questions, that He continues to ask each of us. Book Two reminds us of the words, written and spoken by Saintly Pope John Paul II, - words, that invite each of us to begin to live resurrection-focused lives. In Book Three we have the words of my cousin, St. Faustina, a farmer’s daughter, third-grade educated – words that reveal her daily growth in holiness and resurrection spirituality. Words – the Risen Christ spoke, on His visits to her, from 1931 till her death in 1938.

Heart of Miracles

Author: Karen Henson Jones
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
ISBN: 9781401946821
Release Date: 2015-02-26
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

This book is a flashlight for people in the dark. Karen Henson Jones was on the conventional path to success in the corporate world when a sudden cardiac event at the age of 30 took her to the brink of death. During an otherworldly experience, she was presented with a choice to leave her body or to return to Earth. When her request to live was granted, Karen was forced to come to terms with the life she had been living. With warmth, wonder, and wit, Heart of Miracles takes us with her on an inspirational journey through India, Italy, Bhutan, and the Holy Land of Israel in search of a more meaningful life. Exploring the power of meditation, Western medical science, the transformative doctrines of reincarnation, and the teachings of Jesus, Karen encourages us to embrace the full possibilities of our spiritual selves.


Author: Raymond Paul Boyd
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781984518293
Release Date: 2018-05-01
Genre: Fiction

This story is an insight of those who unite with Satan, not aware they have taken the path to perdition. This writing conveys the heavenly message that, if heeded, assures an eternal life in the presence of God.

A Race to Be Won

Author: Paulette Honeygosky
Publisher: Publishamerica Incorporated
ISBN: 1607030993
Release Date: 2008-12
Genre: Religion

Sr. Paulette G. Honeygosky has written a guide for teens and young adults to win the race of living a Christian life. A cousin to St. Faustina, she was privileged to attend the Canonization of St. Faustina by Pope John Paul II in Rome in April of 2000. She subsequently visited the Motherhouse of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy in Krakow, Poland, after which she wrote the book titled About My Cousin St. Faustina. Vincentian Sister of Charity, she was educated at Duquesne, St. Louis, Catholic, Kingston, and Bonaventure Universities. Travel experience includes France, Portugal, Croatia, Canada, Poland, and Italy. She has also worked extensively as a teacher, a neighborhood-development organizer, and an advocate for the elderly and poor. Most recently, Sr. Paulette has worked as an administrative researcher at Georgetown University and at other related Washington-based policy centers. Sister is currently working with the Institute for Transformation of Consciousness. In her spare time she has authored several books, among which are: About My Cousin Saint Faustina; In Search of Heart Answers; Muslims, Catholics, Jews, Evangelicals: To Be Is to Be One; Text Message from Heaven to Earth; and Putting on the Mind of Christ.

Marcus Aurelius

Author: Anthony R Birley
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781134695690
Release Date: 2012-12-06
Genre: History

Marcus Aurelius, the philosopher-emperor who ruled the Roman Empire between AD 161 and 180, is one of the best recorded individuals from antiquity. Even his face became more than usually familiar: the imperial coinage displayed his portrait for over 40 years, from the clean-shaven young heir of Antonius to the war-weary, heavily bearded ruler who died at his post in his late fifties. His correspondence with his tutor Fronto, and even more the private notebook he kept for his last ten years, the Meditations, provides a unique series of vivid and revealing glimpses into the character and peoccupations of this emporer who spent many years in terrible wars against northern tribes. In this accessible and scholarly study, Professor Birley paints a portrait of an emporer who was human and just - an embodiment of the pagan virtues of Rome.

Entering the Promised Land

Author: Willie J. Alexander
Publisher: Entering the Promiseland
ISBN: 0979877903
Release Date: 2007-09
Genre: Business & Economics

In Entering the Promised Land, first-time author Willie J. Alexander reveals how his spiritual upbringing, professional sports career, and business experiences all led him to ask new questions and draw new conclusions about several biblical and historical events. Drawn from his own experiences as an African-American businessman facing the limits of working with U.S. corporations and businesses, Alexander's Entering the Promised Land focuses on institutionalized economic hindrances that keep so many African-Americans in a seemingly endless underdog role. Alexander offers a detailed new approach to biblical history and reveals parallels between two epic struggles for survival and self-improvement: the children of Israel's escape from bondage in ancient Egypt during the days of Moses; and, the African-American Civil Rights Movement. Alexander also gives the reader a personal, poignant and emotional look at his upbringing in segregated Alabama during the 1950s and 1960s. In Entering the Promised Land, Willie makes an emphatic case urging African-Americans to rebuild the Civil Rights Movement by using the economic blueprint vividly articulated by Dr. King in the last speech of his life. This work results from years of research and revisions carried out through Willie's Defined Word Approach, which involves researching the definitions of certain biblical words and the origins of certain phrases.