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Saint Gianna Beretta Molla - The Gift of Life - cover

Saint Gianna Beretta Molla - The Gift of Life

Susan Helen, Patricia Edward

Publisher: Pauline Books and Media

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As a mother, wife, and doctor St. Gianna Molla is not your typical saint. She loved fashion, being outdoors, and traveling in her native Italy. Children will enjoy learning about her life’s journey and how this modern woman became a saint! Ages 9–12.

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