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You've no doubt taken steps to ensure your safety and your family s from various kinds of worldly calamities. But if you haven't made sure you're properly on guard against temptations, you're setting yourself up for a spiritual disaster of immense proportions. No matter how devoted to Christ you are, temptations are going to come to you. That's why How to Resist Temptation is essential reading for every serious Catholic.
The author, Fr. Francis J. Remler, C.M., helps you prepare yourself so that, when temptations begin to assail your soul, you'll be ready. Learn from Father's experience Fr. Remler gives you the benefit of his expertise as a confessor and shepherd of souls, as he shows you how to identify and guard against common misunderstandings of what temptation really is and what it is not misunderstandings that can paralyze your spiritual growth. He details ways you can recognize the elements of temptation and be on guard against often-unrecognized causes of individual temptations. He reveals how you can keep the memories of your past sins from troubling and tempting you now, and clarifies why God allows temptation to exist in the first place. He even explores the role of the demonic in day-to-day temptations with firm faith in God's power.
A marvelously encouraging and optimistic book, How to Resist Temptation even contains useful directions on how you can believe it or not actually benefit from temptation, and how you can learn from others examples as you fight against temptation. So the next time the siren song of temptation starts to sound in your ears, don't try to tough out the struggle alone call on God's ever-plentiful grace, and go to battle against sin armed with the wisdom of How to Resist Temptation!
About the Author: Born in Bavaria in Germany, Francis Remler moved to the United States at the age of fourteen. He graduated from St. Benedict’s College in Atchinson, Kansas, in 1895 and the following year entered the Vincentian seminary in Perryville, Missouri. He taught German briefly at St. Vincent’s College (now De Paul University), of which he was a member of the pioneer faculty, and was ordained to the priesthood in 1902.
Fr. Remler spent many years serving at Kenrick Seminary, teaching German, literature, homiletics, and science, and serving as assistant director of seminarians, procurator of the seminary, and spiritual director.
In 1940, Fr. Remler entered semi-retirement, but even that kept him busy giving numerous retreats, preparing a Layman’s Home Retreat with a fellow priest, and writing many pamphlets and books, including How to Resist Temptation, The Eternal Inheritance, and Why Must I Suffer? Drawing on the example and inspiration of Christ and the saints, Fr. Remler’s writings continue to offer today’s readers clear, simple explanations on the truths of the Faith that touch the lives of all Christians each day.
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