Gripping Story of a Conversion
A troubled, NYC Protestant minister, surprised by grace and the sudden appearance in his life of a most extraordinary spiritual master, flees with this man's help to the Catholic Church and there he finds peace. This mentor becomes his spiritual father and leads him into the profound riches of Catholic tradition and what it means to have an interior life.
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The Man I Called Father
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"The day this man came to our apartment in Greenwich Village, the moment in fact that I opened the apartment door and saw this lean, gray-haired man peering at me with his luminous, dark brown eyes, I felt I was looking at someone right out of the New Testament. I do not know why I felt that, but the thought flashed through my mind the instant I saw him. And that's exactly how he was, someone straight out of those ancient times, a kind of modern day Paul who saw God in everything and everything in God, who lived with God, who did everything he did as an act of cooperation with God, who could not so much as pick up a glass of water without giving the impression that God was doing it with him. It was not a little mesmerizing, which is why after a while you could hardly take your eyes off this man."