Troubador I Am Divine Innocence

Released: 28/11/2018

ISBN: 9781789015898

eISBN: 9781789019094

Format: Paperback/eBook

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I Am Divine Innocence

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In this spiritual biography, Patricia de Menezes offers her witness to the revelations given her by Jesus over three decades. These centre on the name Divine Innocence, which Jesus revealed to be an attribute of the Holy Trinity manifested in himself. The Holy Family of Nazareth, home of Divine Innocence, is the true home of all people, and a school for holiness, especially for those who have become children of God through baptism. 

We are shown how precious in the sight of God is every human person that he has created in his image and likeness - a challenge to secular society which refuses to accept the validity of this Christian teaching. One consequence of this is that children are being killed before birth on a vast scale. Jesus requests the Catholic Church to recognise the innocent victims of abortion as companion martyrs of the Holy Innocents of Bethlehem, and therefore saints in heaven.

A book of vital concern to Catholics, as well as those who are open to an encouraging message from Heaven. 

Previous works include:
1990 Secular and spiritual values: grounds for hope in education (London: Routledge), re-issued in 2018.
1990 Queen of Prophets: the spiritual message of Medjugorje (London: DLT), US edition 1992.
1997 Heaven wants to be heard (Leominster: Gracewing).
2007 Saving secular society (Stoke on Trent: Alive Publishing).
2013 A Complete Guide to the Rosary (Crown of Thorns publications).

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Dudley Plunkett

Dr Dudley Plunkett, former Senior Lecturer at the University of Southampton and Senior Tutor at the Maryvale Institute, Birmingham UK, has an Oxford BA and a University of Chicago PhD. He is a Catholic layman and has authored several books on spiritual and religious topics, He lives in Southampton. He and his wife have two sons, one of them a Catholic parish priest.

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