Author: Saint Vincent Ferrer, Pages: 58, Binding: Softcover.
A written work of any saint is a desirable possession. One written by one and endorsed by another saint is doubly precious. Of this Treatise Saint Lewis Bertrand did write: "Nowhere have I ever seen virtue painted in such bright colors as in this book." This is not a book to be read by the fainthearted. It was not written by a man interested in impressing anyone on this side of heaven. Intended primarily for religious, the Treatise is adaptable to all who wish to strive for perfection. If you choose to purchase this gem of wisdom, the only way to truly possess it is to savor it piecemeal; it must be digested rather than just read.