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Stories of the major Catholic Saints, for children.

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  • The Story of St. Antony.
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. Antony
    To understand the story of St. Antony you must picture yourselves in the beautiful, sunny land of Portugal. Oranges and purple grapes and all kinds of lovely fruits ripen in the old gardens. Galleys full of rich merchandise come sailing across the bl...
  • The Story of St. Francis—I.
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. Francis
    There was once a boy called Francis, who lived in a curious old town in the mountains of Italy. The town was called Assisi. It was all funny little up-and-down streets and flights of long, crooked stone steps; and there was a wall all round (to keep...
  • The Story of St. Martin.
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. Martin
    A little more than three hundred years after Our Lord formed the Christian Church and then went back to Heaven, having promised always to be in spirit with His people, a boy called Martin was born in Hungary. This boy God chose to be a very great lea...
  • Catholic Saint: The Story of St. Francis—I.
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. Francis
    There was once a boy called Francis, who lived in a curious old town in the mountains of Italy. The town was called Assisi. It was all funny little up-and-down streets and flights of long, crooked stone steps; and there was a wall all round (to keep...
  • The Story of St. Patrick
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. Patrick
    Nearly four hundred years after Our Lord had gone up to heaven, and left His disciples and their followers to carry on, a boy was born who was destined to be one of God's greatest Saints, and to bring thousands and thousands of pagans into the Christ...
  • The Story of St. Francis.—II.
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. Francis
    The little church St. Francis had last restored was very wee, but it had a very long name. It was called the Portiuncola, which meant "the little portion." It was built all among the trees and long grass, and mossy, fern-covered rocks; and the birds...
  • The Story of St. George
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. George
    I'm going to tell you the story of the Saint who was more thought about and honoured in the old days than, perhaps, any other Saint who ever lived. He was from the very earliest times—in fact, from directly after his death—called "the Great Marty...
  • Catholic Saint: The Story of St. George
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. George
    I'm going to tell you the story of the Saint who was more thought about and honoured in the old days than, perhaps, any other Saint who ever lived. He was from the very earliest times—in fact, from directly after his death—called "the Great Marty...
  • The Story of St. Guthlac
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. Guthlac
    Many hundreds of years ago, in the days when England was ruled over by the Saxon Kings, there lived a boy called Guthlac. He was a very intelligent boy, not dull, like some children; he was obedient to the grown-ups, and, as the old book says, "blith...
  • The Story of St. Benedict
    on Jul 28, 2008 in St. Benedict
    Many hundreds of years ago there lived a boy called Benedict. He lived in Italy. His father and mother were rich people, and lived in a beautiful house on a beautiful estate. St. Benedict and his twin sister must have been very happy playing among th...
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