St. Margaret Clitherow about age 33, Margaret Clitherow was executed in York. England for inviting Catholic priests into her home to say mass during the time of the penal laws under queen Elizabeth 1 when this was a capital offence. She was martyred by being crushed to death under a large door loaded with heavy weights, a particular painful style of execution.
Studying The Life Of Saint Francis Of Assisi
A Beginner's Workbook is an invaluable guide. Br. Bill Hugo takes pains not to interject his own person between the voyager and saint Francis. Rather, he provides the tools and maps out a route for one to discover for her/himself the person of Francis.
A book of Saints
this book offers a new look at the saints. from the ancient martyrs to the sixteenth-century mystics to the modern-day missionaries, she profiles some of the real-life men and women who became God's human representatives on earth, and whose moving stories of courage and determination, unconditional love and self-sacrifices still speak to us today.
In Saints Preserved: An Encyclopedia of Relics, author Thomas J Craughwell takes us on an exhilarating journey through the life and death of more than three hundred saints and along the way enlightens us about the sometimes strange bits and pieces that the saint left behind.
St. Joseph Catholic Manual
New handy booklet for every Catholic. It offers a digest of the most important Catholic beliefs, the most popular Catholic prayers, and the most prominent Catholic practices.