"How To Stop Non-Catholics From Laughing At Your Marian Devotion And Embarrassing You"
Doctor of the Church, St. Robert Bellarmine was one of the Church's most prolific writers and best teachers. When Pope Clement VIII created St. Robert a cardinal, he said: "The Church of God has not his equal in learning".
He wrote many works in defense of Catholic doctrine, and was a first class apologist. The Protestants set up chairs of theology specifically to fight against him, because even they recognized his genius. They said St. Robert presented their teachings even better than they did. He had thoroughly studied what they taught, and effectively refuted their errors at every point.
Like all Saints, he had a tender devotion to Mary. And he wrote about her in many places of his works, even defending her Immaculate Conception centuries before it was defined.
This little book, "The Marian Writings of St. Robert Bellarmine", presents, for the first time, all of his Marian works in one convenient volume. These writings were taken from the many volumes and thousands of pages of his collected works.
Imagine sitting at the feet of this great Saint, and learning not only how to love Mary, but also what to believe about her. Well, you don't have to imagine it. This little book makes it all possible.
In its clearly written pages, you'll learn...
1. How you can defend Mary with great confidence
2. The only defense of the Hail Holy Queen (The Protestants even attacked this great prayer).
3. The brilliant arguments he used defend Mary's Immaculate Conception centuries before it was solemnly defined by the Church.
You'll be guaranteed not to spin your wheels when it comes to defending Mary. And you'll save tons of time: (1) because all of his Marian writings are finally in one place; and (2) because his writing style is clear and concise, which makes learning Marian apologetics seem effortless. No cut corners. No wasted words.
You'll learn the bulletproof arguments he used in defending Mary's other privileges. You'll discover many previously untranslated passages from the Fathers of the Church, which he used in his defense of Catholic doctrine.
If you want to see how a Saint and Doctor of the Church lived his own devotion to Mary, then check out the beginning of this book, because it contains previously untranslated biographical material about St. Robert's life, specifically focused on how he lived his devotion to Mary.
You not only get to see what he taught about Mary, but also how he lived his devotion to her. So, you get the best of both worlds. And you won't find this biographical information elsewhere.
And if that's not enough to make you want to get your hands on this Marian "goldmine," wait till you read the St. Robert's previously untranslated Marian sermons.
"The Marian Writings of St. Robert Bellarmine" is so crammed full of effective and reliable information that we feel certain you will find in it what you need to grow in Marian devotion and increase your skills in Marian apologetics.