The Sign of the Cross: The Fifteen Most Powerful Words in the English Language by Francis de SalesFrom the young St. Francis de Sales heroic efforts to bring Calvinists back to the Faith comes this succinct, eloquent defense of the age-old Catholic practice of making the Sign of the Cross, which 16th century Calvinists denounced as a Popish invention and many Protestants scorn even today. Along with St. Franciss other lucid explanations of the Catholic Faith and his undaunted love even for those who hated him, this modest book helped restore to their native Catholic faith tens of thousands of people who not long before were intent on killing him.
As they did for the Calvinists in St. Franciss day, so in our day these ably translated pages will bring you a better understanding of and a renewed love for the Sign of the Cross, that brief and lively exterior prayer by which, from time immemorial, God has been invoked by serious Christians before all of their endeavors.
The Top 10 Most Beautiful English Words
Are you a copywriter or someone charged with writing copy, even if you do not consider yourself a copywriter? Then you would do well to study copy-writing and learn the most powerful words to use in your copy. Scroll down to get the list of the top 10 most powerful words in the English language. I am not a copywriter. Nor is English my first language.
A list of the 10 most powerful words in the English Language. Something you may want to keep in mind in your messaging and copy.
how do you say beloved
Entirely eloquent, and yet utterly ineffable. Suggested by MarkGrainger. Suggested by gaminette , ImolaUnger. A Welsh word without direct English translation , and utterly beautiful. Thanks, Wales.