Sunday, January 18, 2009

Jude: A Pilgrimage to the Saint of Last Resort


Another good read about St. Jude, Emmy Award-winning journalist Liz Trotta wrote Jude: A Pilgrimage to the Saint of Last Resort in 2005.

From HarperCollins Publishers: "The patron of desperate causes, Saint Jude is best known for his miraculous powers of healing and rescue, and has become a symbol of hope for children with cancer, people with AIDS, and sailors lost at sea. Yet the history of this apostle remains enigmatic and obscure. In this riveting investigation of faith and legend, award-winning journalist Liz Trotta follows in the footsteps of the New Testament's Jude through Italy, Turkey, the lands of old Armenia, and the United States. Part detective story, part pilgrimage, Jude unravels the mysteries of history's most elusive saint and investigates his lasting attraction for those who still believe in the healing powers of faith."

A substantial amount of Ms. Trotta's book currently is available to read on Google Book Search.

You can order the book from Amazon.com, among other places. This blog receives no commission from a purchase of the book through the previous link.

5 comments:

  1. DEAR ST JUDE, THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTERCESSION. WE WILL BE EVER MINDFUL AND DEVOTION OF YOUR KIND HELP.! THANK YOU ST JUDE"..KC

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  2. AnonymousMay 27, 2012

    Thank you for your help in finding my husband some employment and for answering my prayers and never letting me down when asking for your help.I thank you for your intercession and will.always be mindful and devotion of your kind help.Also forgive me for being late withvmy.publishing A.W and I.W

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  3. AnonymousJuly 24, 2017

    Dear St.Jude
    Thank you for listening and your kind intercession.

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  4. AnonymousJuly 24, 2017

    Dear St.Jude
    Thank you for saving my cousin's life.Pls keep him protected and look after his fly.

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  5. AnonymousJuly 24, 2017

    Dear St.Jude

    Thank you for restoring my faith in you.
    Iam eternally grateful for your intercession.

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