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Series: Vision Books

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Saints of the Church: A Teacher's Guide to the Vision Books by Michael G. Allenguide
Assignment to the Council by Milton Lomask
Saint John Bosco and the Children's Saint, Dominic Savio by Catherine Beebe1
St. Ignatius and the Company of Jesus ... Illustrated by John Lawn (Vision Books. no. 9.) by August William Derleth
Saint Thérèse and the Roses by Helen Walker Homan2
Father Marquette and the Great Rivers by August William Derleth3
Saint Francis of the Seven Seas by Albert F. Nevins4
Bernadette: Our Lady's Little Servant by Hertha Ernestine Pauli5
Saint Isaac and the Indians by Milton Lomask6
Fighting Father Duffy by Jim Bishop7
Saint Pius X: The Farm Boy Who Became Pope by Walter Diethelm8
Saint Ignatius and the Company of Jesus by August Derleth9
John Carroll: Bishop and Patriot by Milton Lomask10
St. Dominic and the Rosary by Catherine Beebe11
The Cross in the West by Mark Boesch12
My Eskimos: A Priest in the Arctic [Adapted] by Milton Lomack13
Champions in Sports and Spirit by Ed Fitzgerald14
Francis and Clare: Saints of Assisi by Helen Walker Homan15
Christmas and the Saints by Hertha Ernestine Pauli16
Edmund Campion: Hero of God's Underground by Harold Gardiner17
Modern Crusaders by John Travers Moore18
Our Lady Came to Fatima by Ruth Fox Hume19
The Bible Story by Catherine Beebe20
St. Augustine and His Search for Faith by Milton Lomask21
Saint Joan: The Girl Soldier by Louis De Wohl22
Saint Thomas More of London by Elizabeth Ince23
Mother Seton and the Sisters of Charity by Alma Power-Waters24
St. Thomas Aquinas and the Preaching Beggars by Brendan Larnen25
Father Damien and the Bells by Arthur Sheehan26
Columbus and the New World by August William Derleth27
Saint Philip of the Joyous Heart by Francis X. Connolly28
Lydia Longley, the first American nun by Helen A. McCarthy29
Saint Anthony and the Christ Child by Helen Walker Homan30
Saint Elizabeth's Three Crowns by Blanche Jennings Thompson31
Katharine Drexel: Friend of the Neglected by Ellen Tarry32
Saint Louis and the Last Crusade by Margaret Ann Hubbard33
Kateri Tekakwitha: Mohawk Maid by Evelyn M. Brown34
St. Benedict: Hero of the Hills by Mary Fabyan Windeatt35
The Cure of Ars: The Priest Who Out-Talked the Devil by Milton Lomask36
Catholic Campuses: Stories of American Catholic Colleges by Rosemarian V. Staudacher37
St. Helena and the True Cross (Vision books) by Louis De Wohl38
Governor Al Smith by James Aloysius Farley39
Kit Carson of the Old West by Mark Boesch40
Rose Hawthorne: The Pilgrimage of Nathaniel's Daughter by Arthur T Sheehan41
The Ursulines: Nuns of Adventure by Harnett T. Kane42
Mother Cabrini: Missionary to the World by Frances Parkinson Keyes43
More Champions in Sports and Spirit by Ed Fitzgerald44
St. Margaret Mary, Apostle of the Sacred Heart by Ruth Fox Hume45
When Saints Were Young by Blanche Jennings Thompson46
Frances Warde and the First Sisters of Mercy by R.S.M. Sister Marie Christopher47
Vincent De Paul: Saint of Charity by Margaret Ann Hubbard48
Florence Nightingale's Nuns by Emmeline Garnett49
Pope Pius XII: The World's Shepherd by Louis De Wohl50
St. Jerome and the Bible by George William Sanderlin51
Saints of the Byzantine World by Blanche Jennings Thompson52
Chaplains in Action by Rosemarian V. Staudacher53
St. Catherine Laboure and the Miraculous Medal by Alma Powers Waters54
Mother Barat's Vineyard by Margaret Ann Hubbard55
Charles de Foucauld, Adventurer of the Desert by Emmeline Garnett56
Martin de Porres: Saint of the New World by Ellen Tarry57
Marguerite Bourgeoys: Pioneer Teacher by Mary Louise Genevieve58
Father Kino: Priest to the Pimas by Ann Nolan Clark59
Children Welcome: Villages for Boys and Girls by Rosemarian V. Staudacher60
St. Gregory the Great, Consul of God by George William Sanderlin61
Peter and Paul by Blanche Jennings Thompson62
Irish Saints by Robert T. Reilly63
Dear Philippine: The Mission of Mother Duchesne by Margaret Ann Hubbard64
Peter Claver: Saint Among Slaves by Ann Roos65
John Neumann, the Children's Bishop by Elizabeth Odell Sheehan66
St. Francis de Sales by Blanche Jennings Thompson67
Sarah Peter: the Dream and the Harvest by Alma Power-Waters68
Good Pope John by Elizabeth Odell Sheehan69
In American Vineyards: Religious Orders in the United States by Rosemarian V. Staudacher70
Brother André of Montreal by Ann Nolan Clark71
Edel Quinn: Beneath the Southern Cross by Evelyn M. Brown72

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