By Raymond Arroyo
Mother Angelica, the founder of EWTN, passed away on Easter, 2016, at the age of 92. Now, following a string of national bestsellers comes the final book on the powerful work of this beloved nun, including intimate stories of her early years, never before seen in print.
For over ten years, Mother Angelica, who founded the world's largest religious media empire, had been confined to her room at Our Lady of the Angels Monastery in Hanceville, Alabama. Though she was still seen and heard by millions each week in reruns on seven continents, the private drama of her monastery, her personal supern' encounters, and the prolonged suffering she endured has remained hidden. Until now.
In a moving, dramatic conclusion to her story, Raymond Arroyo completes the saga of this singular nun with his most intimate book yet. Here are Mother Angelica's spiritual battles—including encounters with demons and angels and the all too human struggle of dealing with infirmity.
More than a decade after the release of Arroyo's definitive biography of Mother Angelica, audiences want to know the rest of the story. This is it.