Liguorian

Liguorist, Liguorian

a believer in the theological doctrines of St. Alfonso Maria da Liguori (1696-1787), founder of the Redemptorist Order.
See also: Catholicism
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O'Connell, Stewardship: A Call to a New Way of Life (Liguori, MO: Liguorian Books, 1969), 5.
* "Is spiritual direction for you?" by Kathleen Fischer, Liguorian magazine, November 2006;
(58.) "A True Catholic Layman," Liguorian, December 1929.
Anthony Messenger (6), Liguorian (4), Commonweal (3), and Catholic Digest (2).
Rick Potts, a personal friend and coordinating editor of Liguorian. "Yet, Jim never amassed great financial wealth, he never had great political power (unless you count the power of truth and righteousness), he didn't own a mansion overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge or drive fancy cars.