St. Joseph's Press offers the truth, goodness, and beauty of our Roman Catholic heritage in a classical 1933 address by His Eminence Michael Cardinal Faulhaber, Archbishop of Munich, to his diocese when the values of the Faith were about to be tested by the rising Nazi government. Reprinted from an article which appeared in the January/February 2001 issue of The Catholic Hearth magazine. An excerpt:
I. Thou shalt value thy life and make good use of thy time!
Life given at birth is something precious in the sight of God... We may not fritter away our life thoughtlessly, disgrace it by sin, squander it in dissipation, bury it alive through slothfulness, nor throw it away by suicide. Life is not a dream, not a play nor a carnival frenzy; life is a mission, a duty, a responsibility...
Cover printed on ivory cardstock
5.5" x 8.5"