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1 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Blessed Pauline Von Mallinckrodt
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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2 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Louis Braille
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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3 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Michelangelo
Mary's Books 1965 Dujarie Press- Mary's Books Reprint in 2012 1616700572 / 978-1-61670-057-7 2012 
Michelangelo Buonarroti was born in Italy in 1475. He became interested in art at an early age. by the time he was a young man, he was an accomplished artist and had carved many statues. When Pope Julius II asked Michelangelo to paint frescos on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo hesitated. He considered himself to be a sculptor , not a painter. Michelangelo, who had the courage to use his talent in new ways, thereby bringing greater glory to God. 
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4 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Millet
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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5 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Our Lady of Fatima
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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6 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Our Lady Of Guadalupe
Mary's Books 1965 Dujarie Press- Reprinted by Mary's Books 2012 1616700580 / 978-1-61670-058-4 2012 
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 skeptical when he heard the news. The Blesses Virgin then told Juan to pick a bunch of roses that were blooming on the hill in the middle of winter. Juan carried the roses in his tilma and when he opened his cloak to show the bishop, all could see an image of Our Lady imprinted there! 
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7 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Saint Agatha
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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8 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Saint Angela Merici
Mary's Books & Publishing 1616700734 / 9781616700737 New Caroly Lee Jagodits 
Reading this story can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of Saint Angela Merici, who trusted in God and did something that no one ever done before--she founded the first religious teaching Order for girls(The Ursulines). 
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9 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Saint Anthony of Padua
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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10 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Saint Benedict
Marys Books 1965 Dujarie press- reprinted Mary's Books 2012 1616700505 / 978-1-61670-050-8 2012 
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 shocked by the immoral behavior of his fellow students and decided to get away and go into the mountains. There Benedict met a monk who taught him how to lead a life of prayer and penance. as time passed, others joined Benedict and they built several monasteries. He trained them to live in a certain way that later became known as the Rule of St. Benedict. 
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11 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Saint Bernadette
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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12 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Saint Bridget
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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13 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. a Story Of Saint Camillus
Marys Books 1965 dujarie Press- Reprinted By 2012 Marys Books 1616700556 / 978-161670-055-3 2012 
In 1550, Camillus de Lellis was born in Italy. as a young boy, he often got into trouble. After his parents died, Camillus decided to change the foolish life he was leading. He wanted to become a soldier, but the army would not accept him. Camillus then started to work in a hospital. There, he relized that hospital workers needed to be motivated by charity. Later, camillus became a priest and founded an Order. symbolized by a red cross on the cassock, it was called the Company of the Severants of the Sick. 
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14 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Saint Cecilia
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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15 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Saint Charles
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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16 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A story Of Saint Christopher
Marys Books 1965 Dujarie press - Reprinted in 2012 161670053X / 978-1-61670-053-9 2012 New 
Very little is known about saint Christopher, but he probably lived during the third century. according to legend, he was a giant who decided to seek out the greatest king on earth and to serve him. after meeting a holy man who told him about Jesus, Christopher agreed to follow the man's advice and to serve Jesus by carrying people across a dangerous river. One day a small boy asked to be carried across the river--it was Jesus!Today, Saint Christopher is known as the patron saint of travelers. 
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17 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Saint Clare
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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18 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story Of Saint Cyprian
Mary's Books 1965 Dujarie Press- Reprinted by Marys Books 2012 1616700513 / 978-1-61670-051-5 2012 
Cyprian was born in africa around the year 200. His excellence at public speaking allowed him to become a very successful lawyer. But fame and fortune did not make him happy. after learning about Jesus from a friend, he was baptized into the Catholic faith. For the next 2 years , Cyprian defended only clients who were poor, and he did not accept any payment for his services. 
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19 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Saint Dominic
Mary's Books 2008 New 

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20 Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A story of Saint Dominic Savio
Mary's Books & Publishing 2011 1616700661 / 9781616700669 New Carolyn Lee Jagodits 
Dominic encouraged his classmates to say the Rosary and to avoid sin. Reading this can encourage us to follow in the footsteps of Saint Dominic Savio, who chose to avoid sin and to grow in holiness so he could be with Jesus and Mary in Heaven. 
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