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Ralph Martin, drawing upon the teaching of seven acknowledged Spiritual Doctors of the Church, presents an in-depth study of the journey to God. This book provides encouragement and direction for the pilgrim who desires to know, love, and serve our Lord. Whether the reader is beginning the spiritual journey or has been traveling the road for many years, he will find a treasure of wisdom in The Fulfillment of All Desire. It is destined to be a modern classic on the spiritual life.
Fr. Benedict Groeschel, C.F.R., founder of Friars of the Renewal and author of many books on the spiritual life, including Spiritual Passages and The Journey to God praised this book from Ralph Martin: “This is a book to keep at your place of prayer for years to come. Ralph Martin has given us the fruit of years of study of the spiritual life in the great Catholic tradition. It is a treasure chest of quotations of the greatest writers on the journey to God. Careful reading and rereading will be a source of powerful inspiration for all those on the spiritual journey.”
About the Author
Ralph Martin is the president of Renewal Ministries and Director of Graduate Theology Programs in Evangelization and an associate professor of theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in the Archdiocese of Detroit. He holds a doctorate in theology from the Angelicum University in Rome. Pope Benedict XVI appointed Ralph as a Consultor to the Pontifical Council for the New Evangelization. He was also appointed as a peritus for the Synod on the New Evangelization which was held in Rome in 2012. He and his wife Anne reside in Ann Arbor, Michigan and are the parents of six and grandparents of sixteen.
“This book is wonderful. I love it. . . . Should become a spiritual classic!”
—Fr. Robert Faricy, S.J.
“A thorough and excellent account of the entire spiritual journey.”
—Fr. Kieran Kavanaugh, O.C.D.
“An inspiring work brimming with insight and practical help for people at every stage ofthe spiritual journey.”
—Fr. Peter Ryan, S.J.
“I am deeply moved by this work . . . an extraordinary gift to the Church.”
—Fr. John Horn, S.J.