About the Holy Spirit by Francisca Javiera Del Valle was first published in Spanish in 1932.
This 10-day devotion to the Holy Spirit has attracted many readers to a deeper appreciation and veneration of the Great Unknown. The author, a poor dressmaker who died at 73 in 1930, in spite of her very limited education testified to an extraordinary understanding of the power and gifts of the Holy Spirit through her habitual and silent practice of heroic value.
One admirer wrote that this work leads even the most learned theologian to acknowledge the healthy and profound doctrine expounded. Yet it becomes clear from reading that the book is not written by a theologian but by a soul who has experienced theology in the supreme school of the Divine Spirit.
Paperback, 92 pages