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Publishers Description Fabulously captivating and popular life of the Martin family, showing the background that helped produce \"the greatest Saint of Modern Times.\" (St. Pius X). A profound reading experience; tears at one\'s heartstrings. Great for the whole family. 464 pgs, PB
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Studio: Saint Benedict Press W/Tan Books and Publishe
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.16" Width: 5.53" Height: 1.31" Weight: 1.45 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1994
Publisher Saint Benedict Press W/Tan Books and Publishe
ISBN 0895555026 ISBN13 9780895555021
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More About Stephane-Joseph Piat, Fr Stephane-Joseph Piat & A. Benedictine of Stanbrook Abbey
The Rev. Father Stephane-Joseph Piat, O.F.M., was a priest and author of the twentieth century. His The Story of a Family: The Home of St. Therese of Lisieux details the struggles and triumphs of the Martin family, including the lives of Louis and Zelie Martin, as well as the other relatives and siblings of St. Therese. The work was originally published in the mid-nineteen-forties by P.J. Kennedy and Sons, New York. Father Piat's book was also printed in 1994 by TAN, having received the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Story of a Family: The Home of St. Therese of Lisieux(The Little Flower)?
Provides insite to the family of the saint Apr 28, 2006
The book is written in the older style (reprint originally printed 1945), and has a somewhat dated floral religious tone of its time. This could be a detractor to some; however, it is the liberally sprinkled with primary source documents letters written by the family members and history of the period. For the faithful who wants a better understanding of the trails and what life was like for St. Therese this is the book to read.
rich in detail about the family of St. Therese Oct 23, 1999
Father Piat offers a wealth of detail about the families of Therese's parents, Louis Martin and Zelie Guerin, and about the family life they enjoyed, especially up to the birth of their ninth and last child. The tone is somewhat worshipful, but the book is well worth while for all lovers of Therese.