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Charity Goes to War by Anne Heagney1
The golden caravel by Margaret Bemister
The quiet flame: Mother Marianne of Molokai by Eva (Kelly) Betz
Submarine Pioneer: John Philip Holland by Frank Morriss
The turquoise rosary by Leo Vincent Jacks2
Alfred of Wessex: The King Who Saved His Country by Frank Morriss3
Desert Padre: Eusebio Francisco Kino (Catholic Treasury Books) by John Thayer4
Frontier bishop, Simon Gabriel Bruté by Riley Hughes5
The Amazing John Tabb by Eva K. Betz6
Courageous Catherine by Sister Raymond Marie7
Brother Dutton of Molokai by Howard E. Crouch8
Marc's choice : a story of the time of Diocletian by S.S.N.D. Sister Mary Cornelius9
Wires west by Leo Vincent Jacks10
The Bishop's Boy by Floyd Anderson11
The Marylanders A story of the Puritan Revolt in Lord Baltimore's colony by Anne Heagney12
Massacre at Ash Hollow by Robert T. Reilly13
The thunder maker : General Thomas Meagher by William M. Lamers14
The Adventures of Broken Hand by Frank Morriss15
A Candle for Our Lady by Regina Victoria Hunt16
A hand raised at Gettysburg (Catholic treasury books) by Grace Cecelia Tracy Johnson17
Red Hugh, Prince of Donegal (Living History Library) by Robert T. Reilly18
Medicine for Wildcat; a life story about Samuel Charles Mazzuchelli, O. P by Robert Riordan19
Charcoal faces by Mabel Otis Robison20
The Last Apostle by Mother Mary Eleanor.21
Bright Banners by Regina Victoria Hunt22
Boy of Philadelphia : A Story About the Continental Congress by Frank Morriss23
Simon o' the Stock by Anne Heagney24

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