St. Catherine Laboure and Mirac. Medal
From the popular Vision Book Series of saint biographies by Ignatius Press. This book tells the story of Catherine Laboure, a Burgundy farm girl who, after a prophetic dream of St. Vincent de Paul, became a Sister of Charity in Paris and later in Enghien, where she cooked and mended and cared for the inmates of a home for elderly men. To this obscure Sister the Blessed Virgin appeared, made prophecies, and commissioned the making of the Medal which soon came to be known as "miraculous" because of the favors wrought. Recommended for 5th grade students. 138 pp.
This title is also sold as part of the 5th Grade Vision Reader Set.
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