San Manuel Bueno, Martir (Spanish Edition) (Paperback)

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Angela Carballino escribe la historia de don Manuel Bueno, parroco de su pueblo, Valverde de Lucerna. Describe a don Manuel como un cura que se dedica a consolar con la fe a todas las personas siendo el el que no cree en ella. Un dia, vuelve al pueblo el hermano de Angela, Lazaro, que llega de America con unos ideales muy progresistas y anticlericales. Al llegar ve a don Manuel con malos ojos pero con la muerte de la madre de Angela y Lazaro, este y el cura empiezan a hacer buenas migas, y es precisamente a Lazaro a quien el sacerdote confiara su terrible secreto: no tiene fe, no puede creer en Dios, ni en la resurreccion de la carne, pese a su anhelo de creer en la eternidad como hacer creer a los demas, y ademas le indica que si finge creer ante sus fieles es por mantener en ellos la paz que da la creencia en otra vida. Lazaro le confia el secreto a Angela y abandona sus anhelos progresistas, fingiendo convertirse y colaborando en la mision del parroco. Con la muerte de don Manuel, considerado un santo por todos, Lazaro se propone seguir su trabajo pero mas tarde morira tambien asi que sera Angela quien escribira esta memoria.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781546893196
ISBN-10: 1546893199
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: May 24th, 2017
Pages: 66
Language: Spanish

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