Bro. Michael Dimond, O.S.B.
Padre Pio was a Franciscan Capuchin priest who bore the five wounds of Jesus Christ on his body visibly for more than fifty years. Padre Pio was also a seer, mind-reader, prophet, miracle-worker, confessor, mystic, ascetic, and missionary on a world-wide scale. Hundreds of books and articles have been written about Padre Pio. Lengthy articles about him have appeared in many magazines including Newsweek, Time, and The New York Times Magazine.
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This book describes the holy life of Padre Pio, an Italian priest who lived in the 20th century. His life and miracles demonstrate the truth of the Catholic religion.
The event of Padre Pio receiving the Stigmata
Padre Pio’s childhood
Padre Pio and Confessions
Padre Pio on modern-day fashions
Padre Pio On Sins of Impurity
Padre Pio’s Influence with People
Padre Pio restores sight to the blind
A Girl Without Pupils Sees!
Padre Pio and Bilocation
Padre Pio seen in the Air
On Padre Pio’s relationship with angels
Padre Pio on the Devil
The Astounding Tortures the demons put Padre Pio through
Padre Pio’s sufferings
Padre Pio wanted to be a missionary
Food and sleep
Prayer and Padre Pio
Padre Pio on the Blessed Mother and the Rosary
Padre Pio on the Rosary as the Weapon
Some other Visions given to Padre Pio
Padre Pio and Purgatory
Padre Pio and Heaven
Padre Pio didn’t know everything
On the Church, his order, the justice of God, the world, and souls being lost to Hell
Padre Pio on the necessity of the Catholic faith, on the necessity of works with faith, and on other religions and sects
On Spiritual Reading
On people who seek the extraordinary
Padre Pio on getting to Heaven and the fewness of the saved
Padre Pio on the Faith
Padre Pio on pleasing God alone
In a letter on December 3, 1916: “You must try to please God alone, and if He is content everybody is content.” (Padre Pio of Pietrelcina, Letters Vol. III, National Centre for Padre Pio, Barto, PA. p. 543.)