in the SMM Parish Library
920 GHE Bert Ghezzi.
Miracles of the saints: true stories
of lives touched by the
supernatural. . 1996. 185 p. Book No.: 416.
Includes biographies of St. Martin de
Porres, St. Theresa Margaret, St. Perpetua, Solanus Casey, St.
Catherine of Siena, St. Lutgarde of Aywieres,
St. Anthony of
Egypt, St. Elizabeth of Hungary, St. Clare of Assisi, St.
Dominic, St. Sagbas and others.
Stephane-Joseph Piat. Story of a family,
The: the home life of St. Therese of Lisieux (the Little
Flower). . 459 p. Book No.:
Reconstructs the lives of Louis
and Zelie Martin, St. Therese's parents, as well as those of her four
sisters and near relatives, plus her own early life.
920 SEL Edward
Cletus Sellner. Stories of the
Celtic soul friends: their meaning
for today. . 2004. 264 p. Book No.:
Contents: 1 - Celtic
stories and storytellers; 2 - Patrick of Armagh: shaman and spiritual
guide; 3 - Brigit of Kildare: pastor and pioneer; 4 –
Iona: teacher and tutor; 5 - Colman of Land Ela: mentor and midwife.
921 ALA Leon
Christiani. Saint Margaret
Mary Alacoque and the promises of the
Sacred Heart. . 1974. 199 p. Book No.:
99. Location: Church
A biography of the apostle and missionary of
the Sacred Heart.
921 ANG Raymond Arroyo.
Mother Angelica: the remarkable story
of a nun, her nerve, and a
network of miracles. . 2004. 384 p.
Biography of the nun who founded Eternal Word
Television Network, the world's first Catholic cable network.
921 AUG Saint, Bishop
of Hippo Augustine. Confessions,
The: Saint Augustine; branslated
by Henry Chadwick. . 1992. 311 p. Book No.:
Augustine tells of his wrestlings
to master his sexual drive, his ascent from an Algerian farm to the
edge of high power at the imperial court of Milan,
of secular ambition and marriage as he recovered his early faith.
921 BEN Walter H.
Peters. Life of Benedict XV,
The. . . 321
p. Book No.: 313. Location: Church
A biography of the Pope who tried
to prefent World War I through mediation and issued the first Canon Law.
921 BER Bernadin,
Joseph Louis, 1928-96. Gift of
peace, The: personal
reflections. . 1997. 153 p. Book No.:
295. Location: Church
Joseph Cardinal Bernardin reflects on the
last three years of his life, beginning with false allegations of
sexual abuse and chronicling his struggle with
cancer, which ultimately ended his life.
921 CAT Anne B.
Baldwin. Catherine of Siena: a
1987. 192 p. Book No.: 262. Location: Church
The life of a saint who served as
a maid, visionary, nurse, teacher, revolutionary, counselor, and
ambassador for the Catholic Church.
921 DOM Augusta Theodosia
Drane. Life of Saint Dominic,
The. . 1968. 240
p. Book No.: 141. Location: Church
This telling of the life of St.
Dominic is drawn principally from the writings of his contemporaries.
921 FEE James A.
Feehan. Hourglass on the run,
An: the story of a preacher.
. 2000. 192 p. Book No.: 243. Location:
An Irish priest recounts stories of people he knew,
houses he lived in, priests he worked with, and ships he sailed in.
921 FOU Sergius C.
Lorit. Charles de Foucauld:
the silent witness. .
1983. 174 p. Book No.: 379. Location: Church
The story of the former Viscount
Charles de Foucauld, French dilettante playboy, courageous calvary
officer, and adventurous Moroccan explorer,
who went on to
become the beloved "holy man" of the nomads of the Sahara desert.
921 FOU Little Brothers
of Jesus. Cry the Gospel with your life: religious life in the
footsteps of Brother Charles of Jesus. . . 242
p. Book No.: 378. Location:
Contents: A short
biography; Brother Charles' spirituality
for religious life; the traternities throughout the world.
921 FRA Maria
Sticco. Peace of St. Francis, The. . 1962. 285
p. Book No.: 421. Location: Church
St. Francis of Assisi. Includes illustrations: famous paintings
of St. Francis.
921 HAN Philip M.
Hannan. Rome: living under the
Axis: a look back at a turbulent
time in history through the letters of a young seminarian and future
2003. 420 p. Book No.:
247. Location: Church
thoughts, observations, and experiences of a young seminarian in Rome
on the eve of World War II, recorded in letters to his
921 HES Theodore M.
Hesburgh. God, country, Notre
Dame. . 1991. 331
p. Book No.: 95. Location: Church
The memoirs of
a former president of Notre Dame University.
921 IGN Peggy A.
Sklar. St. Ignatius of Loyola:
in God's service. .
2001. 90 p. Book No.: 196. Location: Church
Looks at the
founder of the Jesuits through the lens of his service to God.
921 JOS Angelo
Pastrovicchi. St. Joseph of
1980. 135 p. Book No.: 306. Location: Church
A biography of
the patron saint of students and those who fly.
921 MAN Dan O'Neill.
Mother Angelica: her life
story. . 1986. 155 p.
Book No.: 411. Location: Church
Details the life of the
Franciscan nun who founded the Eternal Word
921 MAR Edith
Filliette. Saint Mary
Magdalene: her life and times in the
Gospels, history and tradition. . 1983. 179
Book No.: 425. Location: Church
life of Mary Magdalene as seen in the Gospel. Follows through
with the finding of her tomb and holy remains in France with historical
dating to the first centuries of Christianity. Includes
921 MAR Edith Filliette.
Saint Mary Magdalene: her life and
times in the Gospels, history, and
tradition. . 1983. 179 p. Book No.:
life of Mary Magdalene as seen in the Gospel, and follows through with
the finding of her tomb and holy remains in France with
tradition dating to the first centuries of Christianity.
921 MAU Dorothy Day.
Peter Maurin: apostle to the
world. . 2004. 187
p. Book No.: 6. Location: Church
biography of Dorothy Day's teacher and co-founder of the Catholic
Worker Movement, edited by Francis Sicius.
921 MER Edward
Rice. Man in the
sycamore tree: the good times and hard life of Thomas Merton. . 1970. 189
p. Book No.: 381. Location:
story of Thomas Merton from his childhood through his monastic years up
to his fateful Far Eastern trip. Illustrated with
drawings from his pre-monastic days.
921 MER William H.
Shannon. Something of a rebel:
Thomas Merton, his life and works;
an introduction. . 1997. 186 p. Book
218. Location: Church
Life Story; Is Merton for Today or Is He Passe?; The Merton Galleery:
Themes to Look for in Merton's Writings; The Merton
What to Read
921 OSS Victoria
Molins. Henry de Osso: priest
and teacher. .
1993. 107 p. Book No.: 294. Location: Church
The story of a
diocesan priest who lived in nineteenth-century Spain; founder of the
Society of St. Teresa of Jesus.
921 PEY Jeanne Gosselin
Arnold. Man of faith, A:
Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., his life,
mission, and message. . 1983. 303 p.
A biography of
the originator of the slogan, The family that prays together stays
921 PIO C.
Bernard Ruffin. Padre
Pio: The true story (revised and
expanded). . 1991. 444 p. Book No.: 102.
primarily on the post World War II era to the time of Padre Pio's
death. Contains material about events that have occurred after
death and an
update on his cause for canonization. Also includes a
16-page photo section.
921 PIO John A.
Schug. Padre Pio profile,
A. . 1987. 162
p. Book No.: 26. Location: Church
interviews carried out with Padre Pio's own Capuchin superiors and
confreres, his spiritual directors and doctors, the
were his spiritual children--all speaking of their own
personal experiences with the holy friar
921 RIC Anne
Rice. Called out of darkness:
a spiritual confession.
. 2008. 245 p. Book No.: 400.
story of the author's spiritual transformation. Includes her
early life and tells how, after an adult lifetime of questioing, she
conversion and consecration to Christ.
921 RIC Barbara
Lenox Gutierrez. Charlene.
. 1988. 123 p.
Book No.: 402. Location: Church
edition of the life of Charlene Richard, the young candidate for
sainthood from Southwest Louisiana. Book I includes all ot the
includes updatesl and personal accounts of some whose lives
Charlene has touched.
921 SET Joseph I.
Dirvin. Mrs. Seton: foundress
of the American Sisters of
Charity. . 1962. 498 p. Book No.:
the founder of the first native community of religious and the the
person who established the prototype for the Catholic parochial
the U. S.
921 TER Teresa, of
Avila, Saint, 1515-1582. Life
of Teresa of Jesus, The: the
autobiography of St. Teresa of Avila/translated by E. Allison
Peers. . 1960. 399 p.
Book No.: 315.
The first part
describes the author's parentage, early life and education, her
interior conflicts, and the crisis which moved her to seek perfection
section describes the contemplative life.
921 TER Joseph F.
Schmidt. Everything is grace:
the life and way of Therese of
Lisieux. . 2007. 352 p. Book No.:
interior life of one of the most influential saints in the history of
the Catholic Church.
921 TER Eileen
Eagan. Such a vision of the
street: Mother Teresa--the spirit and
the work. . 1985. 448 p. Book No.: 375.
in-depth account of Mother Teresa's life and work, from her lone
struggle as an unknown Sister from Yugoslavia to her charismatic
inspiring founder of the worldwide network of Missionaries of
921 THE Saint Therese,
de Lisieux. Story of a
soul: the autobiography of St.
Therese of Lisieux. . 1996. 306 p. Book
18. Location: Church
her childhood memories, Saint Therese expresses the great themes of her
spirituality: confidence and love, the "little
way," abondonment to
love, and her "mission" in the church and world today.