RETIRED: OLD VERSION
Author: E.D.M., OP Reverend Paul O'Sullivan, O.P., E.D.M.
Publisher: Catholic Way Publishing
Though nothing historical is known of her, she was declared a Saint in 1837, only 35 years after discovery of her relics. Here is the whole incredible story, plus many accounts of her tremendous favors and miracles. Another St. Jude to call on in our desperate needs. Impr. 192 pgs, PB
Author: Paul O'Sullivan
Publisher: Tan Books & Pub
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Publisher: Mark I. Miravalle, S.T.D.
AArdvark Tales - Children Stories & Poems - Book One is a combination of 'silly' stories that will entertain and spark your child's imagination, poems to reflect life's simple and sweet moments, the heroic adventures of three saints, plus riddles, tongue-twisters, jokes and knock-knocks.
Children Stories & Poems
Author: Julia Jenkins
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A role model for the young of today! One of the most popular Saints of the day, thanks to many of our famous Saints, such as St. John Vianney. We go from Rome where her relics were unearthed to her shrine in Mugnano del Cardinale, Italy. Discover how her life and martyrdom was revealed. Learn about the miracles attributed to her.
Author: Bob Lord,Penny Lord
Publisher: Journeys of Faith
Finding Peace and Answers When Your Child Has Special Needs
Author: Sue T. Bastaja,Sue T. Bastaja R.Ph. J.D.
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A Quarterly Review and Index
Author: William Thomas Stead
Author: United States Catholic Historical Society
On San Marcos Avenue in St. Augustine, Florida, stands the replicated Mission Nombre de Dios. Towering over the mission is a 208-foot stainless steel cross marking the site of the first known Catholic mass celebrated in Florida in 1620. A few hundred miles to the north in Montgomery, Alabama, sits the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church, known to many as the birthplace of the civil rights movement. Newport, Rhode Island's Touro Synagogue, dedicated in 1763, urged new leaders Washington and Jefferson to form a government which to bigotry gives no sanction, to persecution no assistance. From the pre-Columbian Anasazi kivas of Colorado built in the 1300s to the Peace Chapel constructed in 1970 on the Canadian border, this work examines the roots of 51 historic sites throughout the United States. Each entry provides detailed background material on the place of worship and those who established it, along with its location and religious affiliation. Sites include those devoted to Indian or Native American, Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Catholic, Protestant, Mormon, Baha'i, and other beliefs. The essays also place the church or site into an historical perspective, tracing how their foundings impacted the development of the United States.
Stories of 51 Extraordinary American Religious Sites Since 1300
Author: Paul D. Buchanan
Publisher: McFarland Publishing
together with a study of The Curé D'Ars
Author: Marie Helene Mohr (Sister.),Paul Doncoeur
Philomena's wealthy parents had decided to visit the Emperor in Rome, and 13-year-old Philomena went with them. But in Rome, trouble arose. The Emperor, who was not a Christian, decided he wished to marry the beautiful Philomena, although he already had a wife. But Philomena had promised Our Lord she would never marry. The Emperor was very angry, and he threw Philomena into prison to change her mind. There Our Lady appeared to her, giving her the grace to be brave in suffering and never to consent to the sinful marriage. The angry Emperor had her beaten-but angels healed her wounds. Then she was thrown into the Tiber River with an anchor around her neck-but angels rescued her. Finally, the Emperor ordered a lance to be driven through the back of Philomena's head: her faithful soul went straight to Heaven. The Christians buried her body in the catacombs. Centuries later, in 1802, workmen digging beneath the streets of Rome discovered Philomena's tomb. Her relics were moved to Mugnano, Italy, and many miracles began occurring there-blind, deaf and crippled people were cured. When a very sick woman named Pauline Jaricot was cured after prayers to Philomena, the Holy Father had a study made. Then in 1837 he added her name to the list of saints. Over the years many people have received favors and miracles from St. Philomena-the little saint known as "the wonderworker" and "Philomena, powerful with God."
Author: Mary Windeatt
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Calling all grave-diggers, astronauts and coin collectors, poets, vegetarians and pregnant women. There are more than 450 patron saints for every type of person, place or situation imaginable. Reverant but fun, This Saint's for You! recounts the lives of the saints, explaining why each has become associated with certain people, places and activities. The book also features 350 gorgeous full-colour holy cards that depict these heavenly allies in all their glory.
300 Heavenly Allies for Architects, Athletes, Brides, Bachelors, Babies, Librarians, Murderers, Whales, Widows, and You
Author: Thomas J. Craughwell
Publisher: Quirk Books
Author: Walter Romig
Category: Catholic literature
Philomena Lee ist selbst noch fast ein Kind, als sie hochschwanger im Kloster Zuflucht sucht. Doch statt Barmherzigkeit erwartet sie dort ein unerbittliches System: Im Irland der 50er-Jahre verkaufen die Nonnen jedes uneheliche Kind, das in ihrem Konvent geboren wird, mit neuer Identität in die USA. Wie viele andere Mütter verliert auch Philomena ihren Sohn, aus Anthony Lee wird mit drei Jahren Michael Hess. Mutter und Sohn können einander nicht vergessen, doch erst 50 Jahre später erfährt Philomena, was aus ihrem Sohn geworden ist.
Eine Mutter sucht ihren Sohn
Author: Martin Sixsmith
Publisher: Ullstein eBooks