The book describes the various saints and their most outstanding accomplishments/attributes. For instance, Saint Francis is known for his advocacy on behalf of the sick. Saint Cyril is noted for his development of a Slovonic alphabet. St. Walburg was a patron on behalf of famine victims. St. Brenden was known for protecting travellers and St. Matthew was known for consulting with finance people/financiers. The book provides an interesting perspective on sainthood. It would be perfect for theology students or school projects.
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