Littlest Suffering Souls: Children Whose Short Lives Point Us to Christ
Be inspired by faithful heroism of the littlest souls.
Austin Ruse discusses his new book, “Littlest Suffering Souls” and the lessons learned from these children’s remarkable lives.
It is said that children learn what they live. But children also teach the adults in their lives lessons on subjects such as unconditional love, self-sacrifice, self-forgetfulness, patience and more. The ordinary way an adult learns these things from his or her children is by caring for them.
About the Speaker
Austin Ruse has headed the Center for Family and Human Rights (C-Fam) since shortly after its creation in the summer of 1997. Austin has held the title of President since 2000. Austin was a founder of the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast and founding columnist at TheCatholicThing.org.
Posted on April 24, 2017