A collection of letters written in Latin to a distinguished Roman Catholic priest, Don Giovanni Calabria (1873-1954). The central theme is Christian unity, written from within the Anglican tradition as well as thoughts about Lewis's own writing, his reading and of the death of his wife.
This is translated collection of letters written in Latin by C.S.Lewis to a distinguished Roman Catholic priest, Don Giovanni Calabria (1873-1954), known not only for his piety and writing but for the home he founded for orphans in his native Verona, Italy. The central theme is Christian unity, written from well within the Anglican tradition. Other great Christian themes are also touched upon and alongside these, the thoughts of Lewis's own writing, his reading and of the tragic death of his wife, Joy. There is also a lengthy introduction by Martin Moynihan, who discovered the letters among the C.S.Lewis archive and who comments on their language, content and relationship with C.S.Lewis's other work.
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