Peace of Soul by Sheen is a powerhouse of contemplation and spiritual insight. This one-of-a-kind book provides guidance and clarity for readers confusing and perplexed by the chaos of today's materialistic age, no matter their religious background or creed. Each page encourages you to journey within yourself and into a serene, centered mindset while examining the intricate richness of life.
Sheen has outdone himself with this alluringly burning reflection on faith, using his gift for our benefit. His eloquent words will soothe your soul, leaving you captivated and enthralled as you make your way through some of the most difficult questions plaguing us today. Tap into a more tranquil, enlightened phase of thinking as you read Peace of Soul—one that offers comfort to those seeking inner peace in such a tumultuous world.
In the book, Sheen discusses such vital human problems as:
- the philosophy of anxiety
- psychoanalysis and confession
- sex and love of God
- repression and self-expression
- remorse and pardon
- fear of death
- is God hard to find?
- the psychology of conversion
Based on the wealth of his understanding and experience, here is a truly significant message which will have an immediate and lasting effect on your life and happiness.
"A fascinating book - stimulating, provocative." - Chicago Sun Times
"A billiant volume." - San Francisco Monitor
"A great book." - Fort Wayne New Sentinel
"Certain to have a profound impact on modern thought." - Houston Chronicle
"A work that fills a great human need." - Catholic Readers Club
The Peace of Soul by the Venerable Archbishop Sheen is a book that gets its readers to think critically about different aspects of modern man and modern life and the ultimate realization: that of Christ. The variety of topics are interesting and really gave me a lot of food for thought. Its arguments were well founded and are supported by Sacred Scripture and the other sources both sacred and secular. Sheen also clearly states his intentions for the aspects of modernity to go after, for not everything is bad, and he uses the knowledge of Christ to give satisfactory answers to questions that modern man might fail. Overall a very intellectual book that is very competent for those who need or want to grasp their purpose in life and the love of God.