By Rev. Frederick William Faber
Fr. Faber’s most famous essays: “Kindness;” “Death;” and “Self-Deceit.” Includes also Heaven; Hell; Frequent Confession; Wounded Feelings; Taking Scandal; The Monotony of Piety; Confidence; Spiritual Reading; Weariness in Well-Doing and All Men Have a Special Vocation. Fr. Faber knows intimately the weakness of our poor hearts and offers remedies like a wise doctor.
First published in 1858.