The Art of Dying Well

It is a timeless classic of the Catholic world, and the advice St. Bellarmine gives rings as true now as it did 400 years ago.
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St. Robert Bellarmine (1542 – 1621) was an Italian Jesuit and a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He was canonized a saint in 1930 and also named a Doctor of the Church. He was a central figure in the Counter-Reformation as a supporter of the Council of Trent. He was a professor of theology and he later became the rector of the Roman College. In 1602, he became Archbishop of Capua.

The Art of Dying Well gives a rough sketch of how to live life well, so that one can die well, and have confidence before the judgment seat of Christ. It is a timeless classic of the Catholic world, and the advice St. Bellarmine gives rings as true now as it did 400 years ago.

It is a great book and a must to read for people at the last phase of their life. But the printing in the paperback version is so small that we could not read it even with glasses on. It took a magnifying glass! We returned it and bought the hard copy.

-- anonymous

St. Robert Bellarmine (Author)

It is a timeless classic of the Catholic world, and the advice St. Bellarmine gives rings as true now as it did 400 years ago.

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