By Anne Eileen Heffernan FSP
Some of the best-loved saints of the Church are featured in a revised and up to date variation of a vintage assortment. splendidly written biographies and illustrations of Saints Lucy, Monica, Augustine, Benedict, Francis Xavier, Edith Stein, Juan Diego, Katharine Drexel, etc. ideal for intermediate readers and college or church libraries.
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Joachim and St. Ann St. Joseph St. Peter St. Paul St. Thecla St. Cecilia St. Tarcisius St. Sebastian St. Lucy St. Agnes St. Helen St. Martin of Tours St. Monica and St. Augustine St. Patrick St. Brigid St. Benedict St. Columban St. Kevin St. Margaret of Scotland St. Francis of Assisi St. Anthony of Padua St. Elizabeth of Hungary St. Clare St. Peregrine St. Catherine of Siena St. Joan of Arc St. Bernardine of Siena St. Juan Diego St. Francis Xavier St. Stanislaus Kostka St. Benedict the Moor St.
His wisdom and knowledge amazed them. Mary hurried over to Jesus. “Son, why have you done this to us? ” Joseph didn’t say anything, but his face shone with pride as he took the boy’s slim hand into his big rough one. He didn’t mind that Jesus had been there in the Temple. He knew that Jesus had been busy with something very important. They went home to Nazareth, and Jesus obeyed Mary and Joseph. The days and years of hard work and study passed, with Joseph and Jesus working side by side in the carpenter’s shop.
He stretched himself and roared, showing two rows of fierce teeth in a mouth that made even the governor shiver. The lion pawed the ground and shook his long mane. After circling the arena, he stopped and looked at Thecla. He switched his sides with his tail, then let out a great roar and crept toward her. The people held their breath. Only Thecla seemed unworried. Although the lion’s breath was now hot on her face, she stood peacefully, looking toward the sky. The lion lowered his large head and lay down beside her.
57 Short Stories of Saints by Anne Eileen Heffernan FSP