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From The Lion's Mouth - A Story of Daniel The Prophet

By: Brother Edward Overstreet

Price: $10.95

Publisher: United States, Mary's Books: 1962, 2015

Seller ID: ITF309

ISBN: 1616700890

Condition: Brand New


Daniel was born more than 600 years before the birth of Jesus. When he was a teenager, the Jewish nation was conquered by King Nebuchadnezzar, and Daniel was taken to Babylon as a hostage. Because of his wisdom, he was selected to become an advisor to the King of Babylon. Daniel put God first in his life, and was obedient and faithful to God’s laws—even when doing so put his own life in danger. When the king had Daniel thrown into a lions’ den, God saved Daniel. Reading this story can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of Daniel the prophet, who trusted in God and showed grea... View more info

Ink In His Blood, A Story of Monsignor Ronald Knox

By: Brother Edward Overstreet, C.S.C.

Price: $10.95

Publisher: United States, Mary's Books: 1960, 2012

Seller ID: ITF300

ISBN: 1616700769

Condition: Brand New


Ronald Knox was born in England in 1888, and he grew up in the Church of England. After much study and prayer, Ronald decided to join the Roman Catholic Church in 1917. Ronald was ordained a priest in 1919. Father Knox was a brilliant writer who published many works, but he saw a great need in the English-speaking Church: the need for a new translation of the Bible. Have Imprimatur and Nihil Obstat. View more info

The Ox Was An Angel-A Story of Saint Thomas Aquinas

By: Brother Edward Overstreet, C.S.C.

Price: $10.95

Publisher: United States, Mary's Books: 1961,2012

Seller ID: ITF304

ISBN: 1616700785

Condition: Brand New


On Decemeber 6th, 1273, the great philosopher and theologian, Thomas Aquinas, was humbly kneeling in front of the Blessed Sacrament. A witness reported that he saw Thomas rising up in the air in front of the large crucifix. He then heard the crucifix speak, "Thou hast written well of Me, Thomas. What reward do you ask?" Then Thomas replied, "Only Thyself, Lord." Reading this story can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of Saint Thomas Aquinas, who had a burning love and devotion to Christ in the Eucharist. Has Nihil Ostat and Imprimatur. View more info