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Meremarie
Meremarie

Mere Marie Edited by Alice Laffery McHugh 1950 HB Year Book

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Nonfiction

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Format:

Hardcover

Publication Year:

1950

Category:

Religion, Spirituality

Author:

Alice Laffery McHugh

Publisher:

Universal Lithographers

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Missing

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Item number:

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MERE MARIE Edited By Alice Laffery McHugh YEAR BOOK An anthology of faith-fortifying verse and prose that have made life easier, happier and more worthwhile for countless souls, has been gathered from various sources. Copyright Date: 1950. No edition stated. Published by Universal Lithographers. 412 Pages. Book Boards are in Poor Condition with some water stains edge, corner, and shelf wear. Pages are Clean Tight. No Dustjacket. From the Preface...... Mere Marie of the Ursulines, Marie Guyart, was born in 1599, at Tours, France. Her mother was of the noble house of Babou de la Bourdaisiere, and her father was a silk merchant. In her obedience to her parents, Marie, at seventeen years of age, married Mr. Martin, who died two years later, when their son, Claude, was but six months old. His maternal aunt adopted the boy when he was twelve years old, leaving Mrs. Martin free to enter the Ursulines at Tours on the feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, January 25, 1631. Mere Marie left France in 1639, to come to America to open the first Convent of Religious, devoted to the education of youth. She died the death of a Saint, April 30, 1672. The cause of beatification of Mere Marie is now far advanced; prayer is the great means of hastening its completion.
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