by St.Augustine; translated by Edward Bouverie Pusey
What makes the Confessions of St. Augustine so famous is the depth of their understanding of the mercy of God. Written thirteen years after his conversion, they represent the mature thought of one of the world's greatest minds praising God for His boundless goodness to a great sinner.
by Thomas a Kempis
A work of spiritual devotion, also sometimes called the "Following of Christ". Its purpose is to instruct the soul in Christian perfection with Christ as the Divine Model. It consists of a series of counsels of perfection written in Latin in a familiar and even colloquial style.