Life of Pius X by F. A. Forbes
Pius X, born Giuseppe Sarto in a small town in Italy, was pope during the early years of the 20th century. He was a stauch supporter of traditional Catholic dogma against the surging tide of secular modernism, and his personal piety was a great inspiration to those around him. He opposed the increasingly anti-Christian government of France, stood firm for Catholic tradition and teach, and promoted the sacrament of the Eurcharist. He died in the opening days of the Great War after doing everything in his power to prevent the calamitous conflict.
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