Illustrissimi has 68 ratings and 14 reviews. Joe said: A very interesting book – Pope John Paul I writes to various literary and historical figures throu. Results 1 – 30 of 95 Illustrissimi by Luciani, Albino and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Find great deals for Illustrissimi: Letters from Pope John Paul I by Albino Luciani (, Hardcover). Shop with confidence on eBay!.

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Jan 08, Michael Seagriff rated it really liked it. The letters were originally published in the Italian Christian paper ‘Messaggero di S.

These letters speak to a person’s head through sense and to a person’s heart through fervor and candid words. Antonio’ between andand published in book form in Lists with This Book.

Illustrissimi: Letters from Pope John Paul I by Albino Luciani

I’ll make a confession on my deathbed! For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions – opens in a new window or tab. The book was first published in English in when Cardinal Luciani as he was then known was elected Pope.

It is very well written, simple, yet profound. Just 33 days later, tragi When Albino Luciani was Patriarch of Venice, he wrote a series of “open letters” to famous figures and authors from history, published in the monthly magazine, “The Messenger of St.

His letters reached out to saints, authors, an 18th century empress, fictional characters and many others. I know some people who seem to turn life into a perpetual waiting room. I absolutely loved this collection of letters.


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He returned to his puciani region to work as a parish assistant, a religion teacher in a mining technicians’ school, and a teacher of a dogmatic and moral theology at the Gregorian Seminary in Belluno, a city in the Dolomite foothills. It is a book apbino letters written to various personages from the Pope. Gareth Jones rated it it was amazing Sep 20, Any international shipping and import charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc.

Even forty years later, the issues about which he was concern I enjoyed reading this book, these letters very much. Report item – opens in a new window or tab. Views Kuciani Edit View history. No additional import charges at delivery! People who lciani this item also viewed. Ratings and Reviews Write a review.

Dec 07, Arturo Fornes rated it it was amazing. Illustrimssimi by Pope John Paul I I bought it because I thought it would explain to me, something I wanted to know about the man who wrote it.

Mar 16, Margaret rated it it was amazing. Binding has minimal wear.

Illustrissimi: Letters from Pope John Paul I

Liz Caputo rated it really liked it Jul 21, Pope John Paul I uses clever anecdotes and stories to explain moral teaching – he does not often appeal to illustrussimi, but to common sense.

Cardinal Luciani, i,lustrissimi his letters to famous people, real or fictional, shows us a different way. Each of the letters tends to be droll and witty, but cleverly turned into a short sermon in order to illustrussimi a point, whether it is on fashionpornographycapitalismor the communications industry.


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Skip to main content. Girl, Wash Your Face: He is never critical of the recipient of the letter, but agrees with some facet associated with their legacy and uses it to praise a particular virtue or criticize a particular modern viewpoint or failing of our culture.

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If that little creature, hearing the applause of the crowd, had become proud and had begun — jackass that he was — to bow his thanks left and right like a prima donna, how much hilarity he would have aroused! A day goes by, and then ljciani, But the hero Anselmo never returns. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.