African Saints, African stories: 40 holy men and women

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St. Anthony Messenger Press, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 145 pages
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From the continent of Africa come a wealth of saints andother inspirational people included in the Catholictradition. Some are well-known, like Saints Augustine, adoctor of the church, and his mother, Monica, whileothers may be unknown to us, such as Blessed DaudiOkelo and Blessed Jildo Irwa, twentieth-century Ugandanmartyrs. Regardless of popularity, each holy personincluded in African Saints, African Stories displaysperseverance in faith and can inspire us all.Dr. Camille Brown has chosen to share forty stories fromhundreds, some for the first time, in this book. Eachchapter provides a brief biography, a relevant Scripturepassage, a prayer and reflection questions. The Africanmen and women included are declared saints, blessedsor venerables in the Catholic church, as well as ?saints inwaiting,? those who have not yet received officialrecognition from the church but who contributed to thefaith and are members of the communion of saints.

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Contents

Mother Mathilda Beasley
100
Father Augustine Derricks
109
APPENDIX
128
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