By Love Refined

By Love Refined What to do when the honeymoon is over This remarkable book shows couples how to transform stumbling blocks in their marriage into stepping stones of love It reveals the beauty and importance of high i

  • Title: By Love Refined
  • Author: Alice von Hildebrand
  • ISBN: 9780918477514
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Paperback
  • What to do when the honeymoon is over This remarkable book shows couples how to transform stumbling blocks in their marriage into stepping stones of love It reveals the beauty and importance of high ideals and offers practical tips to help couples live up to those ideals daily.

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    Alice von Hildebrand

    Alice von Hildebrand DCSG born Alice Jourdain 11 March 1923 in Brussels, Belgium is a Catholic philosopher and theologian and a former professor.She came to the U.S in 1940 and began teaching at Hunter College in New York City in 1947 She was married to the famous philosopher and theologian Dietrich von Hildebrand 1889 1977 , meeting him at Fordham University in New York, where she was a student and he was a professor She remained married to him until his death Their grandson is anthropologist Mart n von Hildebrand She retired in 1984.Alice von Hildebrand lives in the United States and is a lecturer and an author whose works include The Privilege of Being a Woman 2002 and The Soul of a Lion The Life of Dietrich von Hildebrand 2000 , a biography of her husband In 2014, she published her autobiography, Memoirs of a Happy Failure, about her escape from Nazi Europe and her teaching career at Hunter College.

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    • This is one of those books that every young married woman should read periodically. As the title suggests, it discusses how your love for your husband can help you become a better person, if you let it. This is a much easier, less heady read than Alice von Hildebrand's other popular book, "The Privilege of Being a Woman," but still you can see marks of the philosopher as she discusses the ideals of marriage and how to attain them. The book is in the form of a series of letters to a young friend [...]

    • The book is hard to get into, because the tone can easily be construed as saccharine and unrealistic. Get over it and keep reading, because it's absolutely worth it.

    • What a lovely book! If I could, I'd give this book to ever single newly married that I know and even my single female friends!That are a lot of precious advices from someone who knows very well about the subject. Even I'm not married myself (not yet at least rs) I found it very helpful for my relationships with my loved ones at home. Pretty sure I will read this book again if I get married in the future :)

    • Cornelius Pulung

      (Mar 31, 2020 - 10:10 AM)

      This is my first encounter with Lady Alice in her books, though I already read some of her articles. Well, this is the most beautiful book I've ever read about love and relationship. Although it is written from woman perspective and the context is marriage life, but as a man who is in a relationship with my lovely girlfriend, I received many spiritual benefits as if from my spiritual mother. Alice exercises her spiritual motherhood in a loving, warmth, and tender way. She really knows how to cor [...]

    • I just picked this up again the other day to re-read it. I love reading Alice von Hildebrand and this book is such a gem! I benefit so much from the gentle and loving approach that she takes. Married for almost 17 years now, these words are more applicable now than they were at the beginning of our marriage!

    • This is one of the most beautiful books I've ever read, in large part because it is about life's most beautiful mystery and sacrament-married love. I highly recommend it to married couples, but most especially to newly married couples. It's a book that I pick up and read again once a year.

    • Kathleen Pelletier

      (Mar 31, 2020 - 10:10 AM)

      This is such a valuable book! it is full of practical and profound solutions to everyday struggles in a marriage. Timeless advice.

    • Very awesome insights.

    • I wish I could give this book ten stars. Amazing, amazing advice and insight into the sacrament of marriage. Highly recommended for both single and married women.

    • Mary Beth Brummond

      (Mar 31, 2020 - 10:10 AM)

      I want to re-read this book every year. It was so inspirational, while at the same time being matter of fact and down to earth.

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