Pauline Jaricot; Foundress of the Living Rosary & the Society for the Propagation of the Faith
by Mary Fabyan Windeatt
How tired and pale Pauline looked as the carriage rattled along! Everyone knew she had not long to live. But Pauline was going to ask the young martyr St. Philomena for a cure. At St. Philomena's shrine the townsfolk joined in begging a cure. There was no response, so they demanded a cure! This book tells what happened next, plus the many spiritual adventures that turned Pauline from a spoiled rich girl into one of the greatest lay apostles in the history of the Church
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