"Dios no muere!" the life of Gabriel Garcia Moreno
The Hon. Mrs Maxwell-Scott$13.95
One of the greatest Catholics of the nineteenth century; one of the greatest stories in history. Gabriel García Moreno, in a century of revolution, liberalism and unbelief, demonstrated to an incredulous world that the politics of Christ the King furnish the infallible solution to every social evil. Born in Ecuador in 1821, García Moreno twice served as president of his fatherland. In the face of the furious opposition of the Freemasons, revolutionaries, socialists, liberals, criminals and parasites, he lifted Ecuador from poverty, corruption, vice, civil war and misery of every sort to a state of order, peace and prosperity by means of: - 1. a Catholic constitution, in conformity with the doctrine of the Catholic state - 2. Catholic schools - 3. the severe and even-handed punishment of all evildoers - 4. personal courage, diligence and holiness of the highest order. García Moreno crowned his career by dying a martyr’s death, exclaiming “Dios no muere!” God does not die.
Weight: 0.45 lb
Number of pages: 103
Date of publication: January 31, 2009
Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior ink: Black & white