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O My Jesus: The Meaning of the Fatima Prayer

ISBN13: 9780809153343

ISBN10: 0809153343

Publisher: Paulist Press (30 Jun. 2017)

Extent: 76 pages

Binding: Paperback

Size: 12.4 x 0.5 x 17.8 cm

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  • The so-called “Fátima prayer," O my Jesus, surely ranks among the Church's most popular prayers. In the space of just twenty-nine words, it broaches some of the great themes of Christianity: sin, forgiveness, mercy, heaven, hell. The author offers here reflections on this prayer, resulting in a work of popular theology and spiritual writing.

  • Stephen Bullivant


    Stephen Bullivant is professor of theology and sociology of religion at St. Mary's University, UK.  He has been a consulting editor of the Catholic Herald since 2015.  His other books for Paulist Press are Faith and Unbelief (2014), The Trinity: How Not to Be a Heretic (2015), and Theology and Power (2016)


    Luke Arredondo


    Luke Arredondo is a doctoral student in religion, ethics and philosophy at Florida State University.  He resides in Tallahassee, Florida, and writes for Aleteia, Ignitum Today, and the Catholic Outpost, as well as his own website, www.lukearredondo.com.


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