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SAINTS lists four hundred of the Catholic Church’s most holy men and women and one essential fact that is attributed to them: What is the one thing you... More > should know about St. Stephen? What is St. Catherine of Sienna known for? One to two sentence biographies narrows down a saint’s entire life to just a short paragraph. In SAINTS you will learn about…
St. Wilgefortis: One of nine daughters to a pagan Portuguese king, St. Wilgefortis didn't want to marry. Her prayers were answered when she suddenly grew a beard and a mustache.
St. Barula: St. Barula was three years old when he was beaten in front of his mother for expressing his faith. His mother carried him to the place of his beheading.
St. Simon Stock: It was to this superior general of the Carmelite Order that Our Lady requested the making of the Brown Scapular.< Less
After a sixteen year old boy named Michelangelo Turner gets abducted by an alien race called the Trydarians, he is experimented on with a deadly toxin that back fires on the Trydarians. It gives him... More > super natural powers that enabled him to destroy an entire ship and kill 120 Trydarians with his bare hands.
Now the Trydarians are trying to take over earth and make human kind their slaves, but getting past the Saints proves harder than they thought. Turner has put together a group of friends with experience dealing with the massive creatures and are continually keeping them away, but there are too many and they’re too powerful. Will the Saints be able to destroy the Trydarians, or will earth become enslaved.< Less
A collection of short profiles of saints and beati of the Church who have a connection to cancer, whether having a tradition of patronage, having suffered with it themselves, or healing people who... More > have. From SQPN Books.< Less
The Confessions of St. Augustine is the name of an autobiographical work, consisting of 13 books, by St. Augustine of Hippo, written between AD 397 and AD 398. The work outlines Augustine's sinful... More > youth and his conversion to Christianity. It is widely seen as the first Western autobiography ever written, and was an influential model for Christian writers throughout the following 1000 years of the Middle Ages. It is a significant theological work. In the work St. Augustine writes about how much he regrets having led a sinful and immoral life. He discusses his regrets for following the Manichaean religion and believing in astrology. He writes about Nebridius's role in helping to persuade him that astrology was not only incorrect but evil, and St. Ambrose's role in his conversion to Christianity. He shows intense sorrow for his sexual sins, and writes on the importance of sexual morality. The book is thought to be divisible into chapters which symbolize various aspects of the Trinity and trinitarian belief.< Less