Maryam Of Bethlehem

Author: Sister Emmanuel
Editor: Children of Medjugorje. Inc
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Maryam Baouardy is a daughter of Galilee, from a very poor family. At the age of three, she lost her father and mother and was adopted by her uncle. She never learned how to read or write, but her life became a remarkable succession of supernatural manifestations, worthy of Catherine of Siena or Teresa of Avila, from the stigmata to singular battles against Satan. From where does she draw the heavenly wisdom, childlike yet strong, that made her loved by all? Where does this burning love that consumes her come from? For her, just as for St. Paul, “to live is Christ”. This beautiful “Lily of Palestine” became Sr. Maryam of Jesus Crucified in the Carmelite Order. Both humble guardian of the grille and formidable forewoman, she was often visited by Jesus and Mary. The words she transmits from them, pearls of great price, are significant for us today as they enlighten the future of our broken world. Maryam died in Bethlehem in her 33rd year, on August 26, 1878, shortly after the birth of Thérèse of Lisieux in France. Pope John Paul II beatified her on November 13, 1983. It is impossible to know Maryam without falling in love with her, without yearning for holiness, at her school.

The Amazing Secret Of The Souls In Purgatory

Author: Sister Emmanuel
Editor: Children of Medjugorje. Inc
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An Unbelievable True Account of Purgatory Told by the Souls Who Are There! It is not often that a book touches the soul so deeply. From day one, it has been a best seller! Maria Simma, a devout Catholic, lived humbly in the hills of Austria. At 25, she was graced with a special charism: Souls from Purgatory visited her and spoke to her. Maria shares with us awesome secrets about these souls. She answers questions such as: What is Purgatory? How do souls get there? Who decides if a soul goes to Purgatory? What are the sins that most lead to Purgatory? How can we help get a soul released from Purgatory? Are there religions which are bad for the soul? Are there children in Purgatory? Or suicide victims? How can I avoid Purgatory? This is a remarkable interview about after-death realities, a true revelation for those who have lost a dear one!

The Collaborator Of Bethlehem

Author: Matt Rees
Editor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780618959655
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Omar Yussef, a history teacher at a UN school in the West Bank, manages to stay away from all the violence surrounding him, until a former pupil, George Saba, a Palestinian Christian accused of collaborating with the Israelis, is charged with murder, and Omar, unable to believe in his guilt, decides to investigate the case for himself. A first novel. Reprint.

The Bethlehem Murders

Author: Matt Rees
Editor: Atlantic Books Ltd
ISBN: 0857895257
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For decades, Omar Yussef has taught history to the children of Bethlehem. When a favourite former pupil, George Saba, is arrested for collaborating with the Israelis in the killing of a Palestinian guerrilla, Yussef is convinced that he has been framed. With George facing imminent execution Yussef sets out to prove his innocence. As Yussef falls foul of his headmaster and the local police chief, time begins to run out for this teacher-turned-detective. His classroom is bombed and members of his family are threatened. But with no one else willing to stand up for the truth, it is up to Omar to act, even as bloodshed and heartbreak surround him.

The Award Winning Omar Yussef Mysteries

Author: Matt Rees
Editor: Atlantic Books Ltd
ISBN: 1782391576
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Three acclaimed novels in the Omar Yussef series in one volume, from an award-winning author. The Bethlehem Murders For decades, Omar Yussef has taught history to the children of Bethlehem. When a favourite former pupil, George Saba, is arrested for collaborating with the Israelis in the killing of a Palestinian guerrilla, Yussef is convinced that he has been framed and sets out to prove his innocence. The Saladin Murders When Omar Yussef learns that a fellow teacher has been accused of links to the CIA, and jailed, his suspicions are immediately aroused. The more Yussef investigates the arrest, the more people seem to be implicated, and the murkier his search for the truth becomes. The Samaritan's Secret When Omar Yussef travels to Nablus, the West Bank's most violent town, to attend a wedding, he little expects the trouble that awaits him. An ancient Torah scroll belonging to the Samaritans, descendants of the biblical Joseph, has been stolen. But when the dead body of a young Samaritan is discovered, a seemingly straightforward theft inquiry takes an unexpected turn.

Ahmad Khalil The Biography Of A Palestinian Arab Refugee

Author: Maryam Jameelah
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Man Of The Hour

Author: Peter Blauner
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ISBN: 9781857028782
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When David Fitzgerald, a teacher in a Brooklyn high school, keeps his students from boarding a bus that turns out to have a bomb on it, he becomes the emblematic modern hero -- the President mentions him in a speech, TV talk shows fight over him, and camera crews film him in the classroom. Then the police reveal that he is considered a suspect in the bombing, and everything turns upside down. His media appearances are made to look sinister. His livelihood is taken away. Even his right to see his own son is threatened. Transformed from hero to pariah, he has to put his life back together -- and finding the real bomber appears to be his only way out. "Man of The Hour" is a taut, thoughtful thriller that should follow The Intruder onto the bestseller lists.

The Mediterranean

Author: Karl Baedeker (Firm)
Editor: Leipzig : K. Baedeker Pub.
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The First Well

Author: Jabrā Ibrāhīm Jabrā
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The First Well is an engaging autobiographical account of Jabra's boyhood in Bethlehem, where he was born in 1920, and later in Jerusalem, where he moved as a teenager with his parents.Through the eyes and heart of a sensitive, highly imaginative boy, Jabra describes the first sources of his artistic sensibility--the houses, fields, and orchards of his childhood and the Christian, Muslim, and Jewish cultures of Bethlehem and Jerusalem. The First Well is the story of his intellectual and spiritual growth nurtured and encouraged by his family, the Eastern Orthodox Church, and his teachers. His story is both captivatingly innocent and full of wisdom. Wordsworth's observation, "The Child is father of the Man," is entirely apt as Jabra's literary and artistic interests take root and blossom. Here is a chronicle of the experiences and events he drew upon as he became one of the leading authors of the Arab world.

Health

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