The Loyola Treasury of Saints by David Self

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Both children and adults will enjoy this beautiful collection of over 100 saint biographies. The Loyola Treasury of Saints by David Self contains vibrant stories, illustrations, and photographs that detail the lives of saints from the time of Jesus to today. Many of the saint biographies are accompanied by short explanations of historical and cultural settings as well as anecdotes about the times in which the saints lived.

About David Self

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David Self is an Anglican priest. Born and raised in Toronto, he moved to Lesotho, one of the most economically challenged countries in the world, where he taught mathematics. Later, David developed a deep interest in contemplative prayer, in social issues, and in working with people on the fringe. Currently he is Team Rector of St. Paul's, a multi-racial, inner-city parish in Bristol, England.
Published March 1, 2003 by Loyola Press. 224 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Children's Books. Non-fiction

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Addressing a broad audience of Christians, this comprehensive catalogue offers a rich collection of biographical stories, legends and illustrations that detail the lives of the saints.

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