Pope St. Pius X
Publisher: TAN Books
Publication Date: November 1, 1992
Beginning his life as a poor Italian peasant, Pope St. Pius X’s rise to power is nothing short of miraculous. Once elected Pope in 1903, he quickly moved forward with enacting long-lasting reforms such as condemning Modernism, allowing Communion at seven years old for children, introducing reformed Church music and the Breviary and creating a new code of Canon Law- all in an effort “to restore all things in Christ.” Full of unique biographical insight and balanced historical analysis, this book offers readers an engaging look inside the private world of one of Christianity's most fascinating figures.
Ideal for those seeking education on Catholic history or looking for a well-researched biography worthy of its subject matter, Miller’s Pope St. Pius X book will be sure to fulfill your need! Step back into the past and travel alongside this remarkable man as he navigates his way from obscurity to lasting fame in this amazing true-life narrative only Miller could offer!
I didn't know that much about Pope St. Pius X before I read this book. This book provides a brief story of his life growing up all the way through his papacy. What a holy and humble man!
I was very surprised to learn details about the life of this saint. Miracles while he was alive. I now pray to him daily for his intercession.