150 North American Martyrs You Should Know

published by Franciscan Media | Trade Paperback | 208 pages
$ 15.99
In this compelling new book, Brian O’Neel tells the stories of martyrs associated with North America. Some are from other countries and died in their attempts to spread the faith on this continent. Some were born on this continent but died doing missionary work in other lands. Some were individual martyrs, and some were part of an heroic group. Some were “white martyrs” who, although they did not shed their blood for the faith, suffered much for the spread of their faith.
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Not all saints and martyrs are crazy

When you read about some saints and martyrs you find yourself thinking, you must have been crazy. Some of them would tell heads of clans, tribes, or such that you must give up your beliefs and believe in ours instead. Often times tearing down any idols or such to the other groups way of thinking.
This book spoke more often of people who just lived their lives of faith, service, and hope. Because of this they were martyred.

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J.O.

150 North American Martyrs You Should Know

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R.L.B.
Saints Among Us

inspirational and educational.

Brian O’Neel is a frequent guest on the EWTN and Relevant Radio networks. A write and editor, Brian lives in Pennsylvania with his wife and six children. He is the author of 39 New Saints You Should Know and Saint Who? 39 Holy Unknowns.

Product Type:  Book

Item Number:  #T36551

ISBN:  9781616365516

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Imprint:  Servant Books

Trim Size:  139.7 mm X 215.9 mm X 12.446 mm
(Approx. 5.5 in X 8.5 in X 0.47 in X )

Pages:  208

List Price:  $ 15.99

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J.B.
Not all saints and martyrs are crazy

When you read about some saints and martyrs you find yourself thinking, you must have been crazy. Some of them would tell heads of clans, tribes, or such that you must give up your beliefs and believe in ours instead. Often times tearing down any idols or such to the other groups way of thinking.
This book spoke more often of people who just lived their lives of faith, service, and hope. Because of this they were martyred.

J
J.O.

150 North American Martyrs You Should Know

R
R.L.B.
Saints Among Us

inspirational and educational.