In this classic of Western civilization, Saint Augustine recounts his wayward youth through his conversion to Jesus and the Christian faith—his confession of his own sin but also of a Father who never stops pursuing us in His thirst for love
Item No.: AP-B1210
- Aquinas Press Classics -The Confession by St. Augustine of Hippo Book
- Measures 5" W x 7.5" H
- 352 Pages
Story & Symbolism:
Saint Augustine is considered to be the patron saint of printers, and theologians, as St. Augustine was known as the Greatest Father of the Latin Church as one of the original Doctors of the Church. Due to his association during his time with a leading religious group, his important work continues to have contemporary relevance. The feast day is August 28th, the day on which he died.