Frances Taylor Mother Magdalen S.M.G. - A Portrait 1832-1900

Frances Taylor Mother Magdalen S.M.G. - A Portrait 1832-1900
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A vivid and inspiring evocation of the life of one of the most remarkable religious founders of the 19th century. Frances, a volunteer nurse in the Crimean War, discovered that the source of the patience in suffering of many of the soldiers came from their Catholic faith. This led to her own conversion, and to her founding in London of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God. In 2014 she was declared venerable by Pope Francis.
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A vivid and inspiring evocation of the life of one of the most remarkable religious founders of the 19th century. Frances, a volunteer nurse in the Crimean War, discovered that the source of the patience in suffering of many of the soldiers came from their Catholic faith. This led to her own conversion, and to her founding in London of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God. In 2014 she was declared venerable by Pope Francis.
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Title Frances Taylor Mother Magdalen S.M.G. - A Portrait 1832-1900
Author St Eithne Leonard S.M.G.
Price £14.95
Format Paperback
Dimensions 11 x 13 cm
Printed Pages 208
Publisher St Pauls Publishing
Year Of Publication 2015
Isbn / Product Code 9780854399086
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