Pauline Jaricot was deathly ill; she looked so tired and pale as the carriage rattled along. Everyone knew she had not long to live. But Pauline was going to ask at the little shrine of St. Philomena, the recently discovered ancient martyr, for a cure. The rest of this tale is so extraordinary, you won't want to miss it. Suffice it to say that what happened next turned Pauline from a spoiled rich girl into one of the greatest lay apostles in the history of the Church!
The author of Pauline Jaricot: Foundress of the Living Rosary and the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, Mary Fabyan Windeatt, was known as “the storyteller of the saints.” In the 1950s and 60s, she wrote over 20 historical fiction novels on the saints, bringing to life these holy men and women for young readers across the world. Sold individually or in a set of 20, these timeless classics have educated young men and women in virtue since their publication in the 1950s. All the stories tell the lives of saints in an engaging way, detailing their virtues, struggles, and countless adventures.
This title is ideal for all children, especially those enrolled in TAN Academy in kindergarten through third grades for easy-reading literature.
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