Life and revelations of saint Margaret of Cortona, tr. by F.M. Mahony

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1883
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Page 236 - The Hidden Life of Jesus: a Lesson and Model to Christians. Translated from the French of BOUDON. Cloth, 35. "This profound and valuable work has been very carefully and ably translated by Mr. Thompson.
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Page 128 - You wonder at the brilliant robe that Magdalen is wearing; know that she earned it in the desert cave. There also did she acquire the crown of precious stones by her victories over temptation, and by the penance of which she imposed upon herself.
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