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King of the Golden City

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By: (1845-1930)

King of the Golden City by Mother Mary Loyola is a beautifully written allegory that explores the concept of living a life devoted to God. The story follows a young boy named Max who embarks on a journey to the King's city, guided by his guardian angel. Along the way, Max encounters various challenges and temptations that test his faith and resolve.

Mother Mary Loyola's writing is captivating, with vivid descriptions and engaging dialogue that draw the reader into Max's world. The allegorical elements of the story provide a deeper layer of meaning, inviting readers to reflect on their own spiritual journey and relationship with God.

The characters in King of the Golden City are well-developed and relatable, making it easy for readers to connect with their struggles and triumphs. Max's growth throughout the story is inspiring, as he learns important lessons about trust, obedience, and perseverance.

Overall, King of the Golden City is a thought-provoking and uplifting read that is sure to resonate with readers of all ages. Mother Mary Loyola's timeless message about the rewards of a life lived in service to God is delivered with grace and wisdom, making this book a valuable addition to any library.

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This charming allegory will bring to the heart of the child a deep love for Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament and an understanding of the graces received in Holy Communion. We follow with delight the little Dilecta in her meetings with The King; her struggles against the evil influence of Malignus, in which she is so ably helped by the Prince Guardian; from the hut in which she lived and where The King so often and so graciously visited her -- right into His Golden City.

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