By Cardinal Henry Edward Manning.
Imprimatur, 1907, 290 page book.
Describes the duties and responsibilities of a priest. After one reads this treasure, it cannot be doubted that a priest will be viewed with more appreciation because of the abundance of gifts he so willingly gives: forgiveness of sin, the value without limit of the Holy Eucharist, etc. Twenty chapters to include: The Powers of the Priesthood, The Priest’s Helps, The Value of a Priest’s Time, The Priest Under False Accusations, The Priest’s Rewards, The Priest’s Death, and much more.
See also other books by Cardinal Henry Edward Manning:
Internal Mission of the Holy Ghost
Love of Jesus to Penitents
The Temporal Power of the Vicar of Jesus Christ
Lectures by Cardinal Manning
Sin and It’s Consequences
The Glories of the Sacred Heart