by Leo Madigan
Publication Date: 2003
Binding: Quality Softcover
Size: 20cm X 13.5cm
Content suitability (Age): 16-up
In 1917, two small children in a remote village in Portugal had a series of visions of the Blessed Virgin. Our Lady told them how sin was responsible for all the world's troubles and explained how devotion to her Immaculate Heart would restore union with God.
But apart from these visits from heaven, their lives were commonplace. They were born, lived, and died as peasant children. Yet today they are known and revered throughout the world.
Now for the first time the complete story of Blessed Francisco and Jacinta Marto has been revealed in a full-length book by Leo Madigan. Marked by poignant, intimate details, and a captivating writing style, this moving biography of two extraordinary children is sure to become an instant classic.
This book was commissioned by Our Sunday Visitor publishing House in Huntington, Indiana, and published by them in 2003. It was reprinted several times over the ensuing decade until they switched it to an ebook in 2013. The remainder of the printed copies are now available only from this site.
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