St John Vianney: The Cure of Ars
|Author: O'Neill, Jack||Year: 2010|
|Publisher: St Pauls Distribution UK||Pages: 48|
|Dimension: 165 x 225|
This is the story of a boy born in France over 200 years ago who was to become one of the great saints of the Church.
Against the backdrop of the French Revolution, family poverty and a lack of academic ability, John Marie Baptiste Vianney was ordained a Catholic priest and totally transformed the life of the small village of Ars, in France.
This book, ideal for children of all ages, tells the remarkable story of his life. Contains colour illustration by Kati Teague.