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When the Roman Empire collapsed in 476AD, barbarians took over Western Europe and made it a violent and chaotic place. But, when the barbarian Franks converted to Catholicism they became powerful defenders of the Church! In 732AD, Muslim armies were invading through Spain into France. The king was too weak to fight, so Charles Martel bravely led an army to battle! His band of Frankish warriors stopped the Muslim advance at the Battle of Tours.
He was hailed all over Europe as the Defender of Christendom. He was so famous that his descendants started a new line of kings, the Carolingians His grandson was the first Holy Roman Emperor, Charlemagne!
Pope St. Pius X
Pope St. Pius X was one of the greatest popes in history! He reigned during a very difficult time for the Catholic Church. His accomplishments still affect us today. His teachings and leadership protected the faithful from dangerous heresies. He lowered the age of Holy Communion so younger children could receive Our Lord.
In this book, learn about the world around Pope St. Pius X. Who was his closest friend? What heresies did he fight against? Where did he spend his time? Find the answers to all these questions and more in this book.
St. Margaret Mary & The Sacred Heart
Devotion to the Sacred Heart has withstood the test of time. For centuries, Catholic Churches and homes have been adorned with an an image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The image speaks of God’s burning love for us and His desire for our salvation. It compels us to return His love through prayer, the Sacraments, practice of virtue and sacrifices made for the love of God.
St. Margaret Mary was chosen to be the conduit of the Sacred Heart to the world! What can children learn from her life? The renunciation of our self will and the humility to accept crosses joyfully are lessons we all need to hear and practice!
St. Augustine famously wrote that “The New Testament lies hidden in the Old and the Old Testament is unveiled in the New”. It is amazing to see how God uses figures from the Old Testament to foreshadow Christ and His church. When we think of the New Testament, we usually understand it to be exclusively in the Bible. However, can’t it be said that we are living in the New Testament now? The story of Christ’s church still continues until the end of time. Would it be all that surprising if various events in Church history are “hidden” in the Old Testament, as St. Augustine says? Astonishingly, Our Lady’s apparitions bear remarkable resemblances to Old Testament stories about the ark and the prophets! What else could be “hidden” in the Old Testament?