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Incredible book! Tuesday, June 14, 2016
"This is an excellent read for those wondering how to begin writing their own spiritual journey and forge a path toward virtuous leadership. Alexandre crafts a message that encourages one to put pen to paper and recall those instances that helped to develop the virtues in which they live their lives. This is a must read for people looking to learn to know their Self."
Thrilling read Wednesday, November 16, 2016
"“As I read My Russian Way, I frequently felt the thrill of the Holy Spirit's anointing... a sign for me of the graced "mission" of the book itself”. - Michael O'Brien, author of the Children of the Last Days series"
Personal connection Wednesday, November 16, 2016
"“In My Russian Way, Alexandre Havard takes the reader on a deeply personal and holy
journey from Paris through Finland to Moscow, as he traces his family connections back
to Russia, discovers the essence of Russian spirituality and establishes his life’s mission of
developing virtuous leaders.”
- - Fr. C. John McCloskey III, STD, co-author of Good News, Bad News: Evangelization, Conversion, and the Crisis of Faith."
Great complement to his Havard's other works Wednesday, November 16, 2016
"Alexandre Havard has added to his collection of works, Created for Greatness and Virtuous Leadership, in a great way. To share his personal story allows us to have an incredible insight into his life and love of the virtues. This book sets the stage for anyone to craft their own personal journey of greatness. So honored that he shares this with our students. Dr. Karel Sovak, Gary Tharaldson School of Business."
Brilliant insight! Wednesday, November 16, 2016
"Alex Havard, a product of the best of French and Russian cultures, has produced a little gem of a book. Beginning by tracing his family back to Gedeon, a Jewish soldier of the Roman army present at the Crucifixion of Our Lord, he never loses our interest to the last page; his account is sprinkled with lively anecdotes, perceptive insights, gentle irony and sobering historical events. His personal Aeneid embraces Pope St John Paul II, St Josemaria Escriva, Our Lady's appearances at Fatima and the fall of the
Berlin Wall; and a host of "minor" characters including Solzhenitsyn, Lech Walesa and Prof. Jerome Lejeune. The author shows us the greatness of Russia and how the liberal West and Russia are presently exchanging spiritual and cultural roles.
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