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In The Footsteps Of The Saints Level 1

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32 pages-2nd to 3rd grade reading level, but enjoyed by all ages.

In The Footsteps Of The Saints Level 1

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1 Brother Ernest C.S.C. A Story of Saint Francis of Assisi
United States Mary's Books 1957, 2016 1616700955 / 9781616700959 Softcover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
As a child, the mother of Francis told him stories about the Infant Jesus and His Mother. He learned to love the poverty of Jesus and wanted to be poor like Jesus. As he grew older he made a promise to never refuse to help the poor. He gave a beggar his fine clothes and wore those of the beggar. He returned to his father all that belonged to him, including the rich clothes he wore. He lived a life of poverty and penance, owning nothing and serving God in holy joy. Has Imprimatur and Nihil Obstat 
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2 Brother Ernest C.S.C. A Story of Saint Francis Xavier
United States Mary's Books 1959, 2016 1616700971 / 9781616700973 Softcover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Francis was a carefree young man ready to take his place in the world as a professor in a university until God sent Ignatius Loyola into his life. He was ordained a priest in 1537 and lived a life filled with prayer and penance to win souls for heaven. His courage and complete faith in God won many converts to the Catholic Church. Reading this story about Saint Francis Xavier teaches us what is important in life, choosing to do God's Will in all things and placing complete trust that He will help us when everything seems hopeless. Saint Francis Xavier loved God and the impossible become possible. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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3 Brother Ernest C.S.C. A Story of Saint Ignatius Loyola
United States Mary's Books 1959, 2016 161670098X / 9781616700980 Softcover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Born in Spain in the year 1491, Ignatius was the youngest of twelve children. His parents wanted him to become a priest but at the age of thirteen he went to Madrid to become a Page to Don Juan. At the age of twenty-five he was wounded in battle. While healing from his injury, back home at the Loyola Castle, he read books on the Life of Christ and the lives of the saints. He realized he needed to make changes in his life and worked hard at doing that. As time went on he and his new friends founded the Society of Jesus. He worked day and night resigning himself to God's Will. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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4 Brother Ernest C.S.C. A Story of Saint Margaret Mary
United States Mary's Books 1958, 2016 1616700963 / 9781616700966 Softcover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
This is the story of a girl who even in her youth loved to talk to Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament. Our Lord appeared to Margaret Mary with His Heart pierced and bleeding, encircled with a crown of thorns telling her, "Behold this Heart which so loved men." He told her that wherever His Heart would be exposed and honored, He would lavish graces and blessings. Special graces are given to all who communicate on the first Friday of nine consecutive months. To anyone who promotes this devotion He said their names would be written in His Heart, never to be blotted out. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Saint Margaret of Scotland, Brother Ernest C.S.C.
5 Brother Ernest C.S.C. A Story Of Saint Margaret of Scotland
United States Mary's Books 1957,2009 1616700068 / 978-1-61670-006-5 2nd reprint Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
When the Normans invaded England in 1066, Princess Margaret was forced to flee to Scotland. Her piety and care for those in need won the hearts of all. Reading this story of Saint Margaret can help us see the importance of being generous with out time, talent, and treasure! Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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6 Brother Ernest C.S.C. A Story of Saint Marguerite D'Youville
United States Mary's Books 1961, 2016 1616701005 / 9781616701000 Softcover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Marguerite D'Youville spent her life imitating the charity of Christ. She suffered many hardships in her marriage. After the death of her husband she supported her family and worked hard to pay off her husband's debts. She spent her life caring for the poor, placing those in need above herself. Despite much opposition she founded the religious community of the Grey Nuns. Her example shows others that we must love everyone for all are children of the Eternal Father and as such worthy of love. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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7 Brother Ernest C.S.C. A Story of Saint Martin de Porres
United States Mary's Books 1957, 2016 1616700998 / 9781616700997 Softcover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Martin was born on Decemeber 9, 1579, in Peru. Though his father did not care for him very much, through the love of his mother she taught him to pray and never sin. At an early age he was sent to learn a barber's trade as well as learning about medicine. A few short years later his father told him to leave and not to come back. Martin felt sorry for his father but happy for himself because he could now do what God wanted of him. He helped the sick and the wounded, keeping little money for himself and giving the rest to the poor. He fasted, prayed and did penance. After several years he joined the Dominicans. As he worked in the infirmary his heart was with God and Our Lady. God worked many miracles through Martin. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Saint Angela Merici, Brother Ernest, C.S.C
8 Brother Ernest, C.S.C A Story Of Saint Angela Merici
United States Mary's Books 1960,2011 1616700734 / 978-1-61670-073-7 Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Angela Merici was born around 1474 in Italy. When she was a teenager her parents and sister died. Despite her great sorrow, Angela decided to trust in God. Through a vision she discerned that God was calling her to do with her life. She founded the Ursulines, a religious teaching Order devoted to educating girls. Reading this story can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of St Angela, who trusted God and did something that no one had ever done before-founded the first religious teaching Order for girls.Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Blessed Pauline Von Mallinckrodt, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
9 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Blessed Pauline Von Mallinckrodt
United States Mary's Books 1961,2010 1616700181 / 9781616700188 Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
As a young girl Pauline lost her mother and one of her brothers to typhoid. To lose your mother at an early age is very difficult indeed! But through the grace of God she helped her father and later she founded the Sisters of Christian Charity to care for the blind and needy.Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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10 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Diego Mendez
United States Mary's Books 1961, 2016 161670103X / 9781616701031 Softcover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Diego Mendez sailed to America with Christopher Columbus on his final voyage. Without his help Columbus would not have been able to return to Spain after this last voyage. Diego risked his life on several occasions to serve his well-loved friend Christopher Columbus. In all his trials he prayed and placed his faith In God. He loved God and the Catholic Church and was always an example of piety to others. His life teaches us we must place our faith and complete trust in God in all our trials regardless of how difficult the task awaiting us seems to be. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Louis Braille, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
11 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Louis Braille
United States Mary's Books 1962,2010 1616700130 / 978-1-61670-013-3 Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
In 1812, when Louis Braille was only 3 years old, he was blinded by an accident in his father's workshop. His family wanted him to still get an education so they sent him to a school for the blind in Paris. He studied music and became the organist at St Anne's Church in Paris. Later he developed the Braille system of reading which used raised dots to form letters and words. Reading this story can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of Louis braille, who was determined to overcome his disability and to help others.Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Michelangelo, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
12 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Michelangelo
United States Mary's Books 1961,2012 1616700572 / 978-1-61670-057-7 Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Michelangelo Buonarroti was born in Italy in 1475. As a young man he carved many statues and was an accomplished artist. When Pope Julius II asked him to paint frescoes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel he hesitated as he considered himself a sculptor, not a painter. But he listened to the pope and began painting. Reading this story can encourage us to follow int he footsteps of Michelangelo who had the courage to use his talents in new ways, thereby bringing greater glory to God.Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Millet, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
13 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Millet
United States Mary's Books 1961,2010 1616700165 / 978-1-61670-016-4 Soft Cover Brand new Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Millet was born in 1814 in Gruchy, France. He was a peasant boy who spent much time int he fields working on the family farm. His grandmother was the first to recognize his artistic talent and with the help of their parish priest Millet was sent ot study painting in Paris. His struggles were many! Reading this story can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of Millet who perservered despite hardship and used his talents to bring glory to God. 
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A Story Of Our Lady Of Fatima, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
14 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Our Lady Of Fatima
United States Mary's Books 1957,2010 1616700114 / 978-1-61670-011-9 Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
On May 13, 1917, Our Lady appeared to three Portuguese children-Jacinta, Francisco, and Lucia. Asking them to return numerous times to the same spot on the 13th of each month, and telling them to say the Rosary with devotion. Reading this story can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of these three children who prayed the rosary with great devotion and honored Mary, the Lady of the Rosary. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
15 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe
United States Mary's Books 1957,2012 1616700580 / 978-1-61670-058-4 Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
On December 9,1531 the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared on tepeyac Hill in Mexico to an Indian named Juan Diego. She asked him to tell the bishop that she wanted a church built there. But the bishop was sceptical. After a miracle that She performed for Juan that he took to the Bishop he finally believed Juan. Reading this story can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of Saint Juan Diego, who never doubted the Blessed Virgin, but did everything that Our Lady asked him to do. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Saint Agatha, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
16 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Saint Agatha
United States Mary's Books 1960,2009 1616700084 / 978-1-61670-008-9 2nd reprint Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
This story of Saint Agatha is set in the year 251 during a great persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire.Reading this story about Saint Agatha can help us see that the most important thing we can do is to live for God-even if we must die to the things of the world! Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Saint Anthony of Padua, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
17 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Saint Anthony of Padua
United States Mary's Books 1957,2009 978-1-61670-003-3 2nd reprint Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Saint Anthony of Padua, born in 1195, is one of the most well-known of the Franciscan saints. Reading this story about Saint Anthony can help us see that happiness is not found by doing what we want to do, but by doing what God wants us to do! Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Saint Benedict, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
18 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Saint Benedict
United States Mary's Books 1958, 2012 1616700505 / 978-1-61670-050-8 Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Benedict was born around the year 480 in Italy. He began his education at home and later attended a public school in Rome. he was shcoked by the immoral behavior of his fellow students and decided to get away and gointo the mountains. There he met a monk who taught him how to lead a life of prayer and penance. As time passed others joined Benedict and they learned to live a certain way which later became known as the Rule of St Benedict. Reading this story can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of St Benedict who helped others grow in virtue through a life of work and prayer. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Saint Bernadette, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
19 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Saint Bernadette
United States Mary's Books 1958,2009 161670005X / 978-1-61670-005-8 2nd reprint Soft Cover Brand New Sister M. John Vianney, S.S.N.D. 
In 1858, a 14 year old asthmatic girl saw many apparitions of Our Lady in Lourdes, France. Reading this story about Saint Bernadette can help us to see how to be patient and steadfast in the face of doubt and adversity! Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur 
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A Story Of Saint Bridget, Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
20 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Saint Bridget
United States Mary's Books 1959,2008 1616700343 / 978-1-61670-034-8 Soft Cover Brand New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Born in 453, this Irish saint started the first convent in Ireland. From early on she enjoyed helping others and this followed through her whole life. Has Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur. 
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