Menu

The Mission of Kindness - Audio

by Father James Carroll, C.S.P.V
Throughout this conference, Fr. Carroll gives practical and helpful ways of showing kindness. He recommends that we make the practice of kindness our mission in life, for kindness brings more souls to God than any other virtue.

$5.00 - Download MP3
$8.00 - Physical CD
Price:
$5.00
Enter Quantity:

Preview & Buy Individual Songs On This CD Below :





“And be ye kind one to another; merciful, forgiving one another, even as God hath forgiven you in Christ”  (Eph. 4:32).

Charity is the greatest of all virtues.  One of the more important aspects of charity is kindness, which renders us obliging and selfless towards all.  Kindness arouses charity to action, making life more endurable for others.  Throughout this conference, Fr. Carroll gives practical and helpful ways of showing kindness.  He recommends that we make the practice of kindness our mission in life, for kindness brings more souls to God than any other virtue.  

Send Tell-A-Friend Message
Please complete the form below and then click 'Send Message' to tell your friend about this product.










User Reviews For The Mission of Kindness - Audio




No Reviews...Click the 'Add Review' tab to be the first one to review this item!

 

Please complete the form below to add your review of this item. (All Fields Are Required)

Your Name or

(Cannot Be Empty & Max 50 Characters)

Overall Product Rating:
(Select From 1-5 Stars. Higher is better.)

  Excellent Product
    Good Product
     Fair Product
      Needs Improvement
        Not Recommended

Title/Caption Of Your Review:

(Max 100 Characters)

Your comments | opinion about this product:

(Cannot Be Empty & Max 1000 Characters)

Your Location (City, State):

(Max 50 Characters)

Your Email.

This will not be displayed with your review to the public and is for internal use only.

Form Verification:

CAPTCHA Image
[ Refresh Image ]
 


We thought you would be interested in these related items...


Kindness
"Charity is patient, is kind . . ." (I Cor. 13:1).