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The Story of Saint Patrick

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A story of unselfish devotion.


The Story of Saint Patrick is the story of a courageous priest who put his mission above his own comfort. In this book written for children 10 and under, kids will have the chance to discover more about courage and following God’s call through the story of this great saint.



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– 30 Pages
– Copyright 2018
– Herald Entertainment: Brother Francis


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