St. Frances Cabrini
Dramas | Audio • 30m
Born in Codogno Italy, with a great love for our Lord, this sickly, small girl would likely never be accepted into a convent, nor travel far from home. Both assumptions were incorrect, as St. Frances made 23 transatlantic crossings by boat after she began her missionary work at the age of 42 years old! She came to America and began orphanages, schools, and hospitals all across the US and down into South America as well. There is a bonus track here from the Little Flowers Wreath 1 & 2 album featuring St. Frances and the virtue of industry.
The Truth to Inspire Series seeks to bring to life stories of the saints in audiobook format. These narrated stories with voices and sound effects bring to life the books of Mary Fabyan Windeatt. Learn how these normal people struggled and sought God's will in their choices.
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