Fatima: The Story Behind the Miracles

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Charis Books, 2001 - Religion - 291 pages
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This book provides a uniquely new and effective retelling of the story of Fatima. It narrates the apparitions and the messages of the Virgin through the words of Father Jose Valinho, nephew of Sister Lucia, the last remaining visionary, and Francisco and Jacinta's cousin, other visionaries. The book guides us on an inspiring visit to the places where the events took place.

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Renzo Allegri, born in Verona in 1934, lives and works in Milan. For twenty-five years he was the special correspondent and music critic for the weekly magazine "Gente." Later, he became editor of the Culture and Performing Arts columns of the weeklies "Noi" and "Chi" and is now the permanent correspondent for classical music to the prestigious Japanese music journal, "Ongaku No Tomo." He has published several biographies, including "The True Story of Maria Callas."
Born in Milan in 1969, Roberto Allegri is a journalist and opera enthusiast who contributes to numerous daily and weekly cultural publications, particularly those relating to music. He has a regular column in the weekly magazine "Chi" and has collaborated on several books with his father.

Roberto Allegri is a journalist and writer who studies at the University of Milano in Italy. He writes for an Italian magazine and three newspapers on various topics. He has co-authored 6 books with Renzo Allegri in addition to several articles. His most recent publication is a book of poems entitled II Profumo Del Fieno.

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