Charm Bl. Miguel Pro
Ordained in 1925, Miguel Pro was a Jesuit priest in Mexico where public worship was banned. But Pro was kind and clever. He served the poor unceasingly and performed the sacraments in secret. When President Calles’ car was bombed, Pro was wrongfully convicted and sentenced to the firing squad. Hoping to portray Pro as a coward, Calles sent a photograper to the execution. Instead of a cowardly priest, the photo portayed the truth: a brave Miguel Pro, arms stretched, declaring, “Viva Cristo Rey!” (“Long live Christ the King!”)
by Anne Eileen Heffernan, FSP Some of the best-loved saints of the Church are featured in a revised and updated edition of a classic collection. Wonderfully written biographies and illustrations...
A Boy Who Became Pope; The Story of Saint John Paul II
by Fabiloa Garza Framed around the question "Who do you love most?", this ravishingly illustrated biography for children ages 6 - 9 tells the captivating story of Saint John Paul...
A Christmas Story with St Joseph
by Geraldine Guadagno In this delightful children's book, the Christmas story is told from St. Joseph's perspective. The book opens with Joseph's own father teaching him how to work and...