Sophia Institute Press

Saints Chronicles Collection 3

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These gripping texts and dramatic images bring you the exciting stories of some of the Church’s greatest saints. Along with them, you’ll  embark upon the adventure of holiness, learning from their example how to embrace wholeheartedly God’s unique mission for your own life.

In this spectacular graphic novel you’ll meet:

St. Antony of Padua, the brilliant young Franciscan friar whose deepest desire was to be a martyr for Christ.
St. Ava, the young girl born blind, whose great faith in the Lord led Him to restore her vision.
St. Samson, the humble monk who, legend claims, slew a fierce dragon, saving the people of Wales from     destruction.
St. Bernadette, the fourteen-year-old girl whose 19th-century visions of the Blessed Mother in Lourdes, France, continue to inspire pilgrimages and devotions to this day.
St. Charles Lwanga, the African courtier who, for the sake of the Faith, defied his wicked king, knowing it would cost him his life.

Join these remarkable saints as they boldly pursue lives of holiness. Let their profound faith and unwavering devotion to God’s will inspire and sustain you as you confront evils in our own day and time.

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Graphic Novel, 120 pages
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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Great comic-style books

    Posted by Alexandra on Jul 10th 2023

    My kids love these books, especially my boys, ages 7 and 12. I bought the first 2 and then they asked me to buy the rest. Their only "disappointment " is that St. George is not included

  • 5
    Inspiring art and storytelling about saints

    Posted by Katie R. on May 12th 2022

    This series is beautiful and loved by the kids we've given it to. They ask for more in the series! We were concerned about St. Charles Lawanga's story being included in this one since it is a terrible tale of sexual abuse by his king, but they addressed it in a modest and appropriate manner by calling it "unholy intentions of the king," or something to that effect. They did a great job! Would recommend

  • 5
    Great book

    Posted by John on Jun 26th 2020

    My kids love this whole series. The art is great and each saint’s story isn’t so long that they lose interest. Definitely recommended.

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