Francois Fenelon was a seventeenth-century French archbishop who rose to a position of influence in the court of Louis XIV. Amid the splendor and decadence of Versailles, Fenelon became a wise mentor to many members of the king's court. Later exiled for political reasons, he set out to improve the lot of peasants in his diocese. His letters of counsel and spiritual meditations have found a wide audience for more than three centuries.
In this Christian classic, The Complete Fenelon, his writings have been translated and edited for a new generation of readers. This volume contains more than 100 letters of spiritual direction, 85 meditations on living the Christian life, and reflections on twenty-one seasons and holidays of the Christian year. Paperback.
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