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The Story of Saint John Paul II: A Boy Who Became Pope

boy growing up in Poland to the world leader of the Catholic Church, John Paul II serves as an inspiration for today's aspiring youth. Share your affection for this beloved pope and celebrate his canonization with the children in your life! The Story of Saint John Paul II: A Boy Who Became Pope

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Kidnapped By The Vatican? The Unpublished Memoirs of Edgardo Mortara

who became Pope Benedict XVI. He also conducted the first book-length interview with Pope John Paul II, published under the pope's authorship and the title Crossing the Threshold of Hope . Kidnapped By The Vatican? The Unpublished Memoirs of Edgardo Mortara The true story of the Jewish boy taken…

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St. Pius X - The Farm Boy Who Became Pope

Another stirring tale from the "Vision Books" series for youth 9-15 years, this book tells the charming story of Giuseppe Sarto, "the farm boy who became Pope". Young readers will be inspired by the life of this holy man--from his youthful days of hard work and prayer to receive the education he…

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The Scapular Devotion of Pope St. John Paul II

Pope John Paul II had a great devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary from his childhood, and, as such, he faithfully wore a scapular (notice him wearing his scapular in the below photo). He is reported to have worn a brown scapular since he was a boy, and he insisted that doctors not remove it during…

The Prophetic Vision of St. John Bosco: The Two Columns

…for his work with troubled, city-dwelling male youth who became disenfranchised following the Industrial Revolution, and who often ended up living a life of petty crime. [adbutler zone_id="207190"] Fr. Bosco formed a club of sorts for these boys called the "Oratory".  He catechized them in the faith…

Vatican to Canonize First Married Couple: Parents of St. Therese of Lisieux

…and Marie had nine children together, seven girls and two boys. Four of them, the two boys and two of the girls, died as children. Of the remaining five girls, ALL entered religious life. Their youngest, Marie-Francoise-Therese, became St. Therese of Lisieux. St. Therese shares stories of her…

Vatican to Canonize First Ever Married Couple: Parents of St. Therese of Lisieux

…and Marie had nine children together, seven girls and two boys. Four of them, the two boys and two of the girls, died as children. Of the remaining five girls, ALL entered religious life. Their youngest child, Marie-Francoise-Therese, became the great St. Therese of Lisieux - and not only a saint,…

The Real Life of a Medieval Catholic King-Saint that Reads Like a Tolkien Story

…of the Middle Age who did battle with barbarian hordes, wielded the spiritual power of a sword-relic, fought alongside saints and angels, strengthened his army with miraculous bread, rescued a failing civilization, united a kingdom under his just rule, and was crowned by the Pope himself—the story…

Three of the Most Misunderstood Saints of All Time

Pope Francis certainly shares, we must always respect and cherish animals...as wondrous reflections of God's loving and creative power. But we must also recognize that our responsibility to human beings, who are created in God's image and likeness, always trumps our concern for any animals, who are…

St. Philomena the Wonder-Worker: Her Story in Her Own Words

…Philomena was martyred under the reign of Diocletian around 300 A.D. For more than fifteen hundred years, she became an unknown martyr, joining the numbers of beautiful but nameless souls who had died for Christ. But it seems that Jesus wanted to share her with the world. [adbutler zone_id="207190"]…

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