A Story of St. Joan of Arc
New! In 1425, a 13 year old peasant girl began to see visions of Saint Michael the Archangel. Through these visions she knew God was calling her to do a seemingly impossible job. Reading this story about Saint Joan can help us to see when we discern what God is calling us to do, we can trust that God will give us the grace and strength we need to do what He asks!
- Brother Ernest, C.S.C.
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Offers intermediate readers a down-to-earth portrayal of the saint in a story that vividly recreates for the reader the saint's place of origin, family life, and corresponding historical events. Also features a prayer to the saint, as well as a brief glossary. Recommended for 4th grade.