Written towards the end of his life, St. Albert the Great’s On Union with God aimed to lay the principles down needed to lead the highest spiritual life. In the Preface, P.J. Berthier writes: “It seems as though, while one reads, the mists of earth vanish and the snowy summits appear of the mounts of God. We breathe only the pure atmosphere of prayer, peace, and love, and the one great fact of the universe, the Divine Presence, is felt and realized without effort.”
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Albert the Great was a German Dominican friar and a Catholic bishop. He is often regarded as the greatest German philosopher and theologian of the Middle Ages and is honored by the Catholic Church as one of 35 Doctors of the Church.
P.J. Berthier is the author and editor of numerous books, including Biblical Examples of Sentence, with Extracts from the Old and New Testament and The Practice of Style: Simplicity, Precision, and Harmony.