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In God's Garden

Amy Steedman

Book Overview: 

Children love learning about God's heroes of the past, our holy saints. In her book, In God's Garden, Amy Steedman had a wonderful way of drawing the reader into the lives of some of the best loved saints. From the ever popular Saints Nicholas and Christopher to the brave Saint George and let us not forget the strong leader Saint Benedict, or the gentle Saint Francis of Assisi. Find out about the lives of fourteen different old and new Catholic saints in warm and engaging detail, written especially for young children.

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So the pure soul went to join the companions of her pilgrimage and to receive the crown of life which the angel of her dream had promised her, and for which she had laid down her earthly crown as gladly as when in her peaceful home she laid it aside before she went to rest.

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SAINT BENEDICT

It was in the year of our Lord 540 that Saint Benedict was born at Spoleto in Italy, and he was only a boy of sixteen on the night when our story begins.

Such a cold night it was. Piercing wind swept over the mountains, whistling through the pine-trees and hurrying on to the great city of Rome that lay in the plains below. It was cold enough in the city where the people could take s. . . Read More