Pauline Jaricot, Foundress of the Living Rosary and the Society for the Propagation of the Faith Study Guide

By: Janet P. McKenzie

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Other Characters Studied: St. Januarius, St. Philomena, St. Sophie Barat, St. John Henry Newman

Secular Topics: Geography of France, timeline of 18th and 19th centuries, French Revolution, Industrial Revolution

Religious Topics: Cross of Christ, happiness, justice and mercy of God, setting a good example for others, foreign missions, Mystical Body of Christ, pride, suffering, victim soul, St. Paul and women, Society for the Propagation of the Faith, World Mission Sunday, tenth commandment, Litany of Loreto, Association of the Living Rosary, devotion to Mary, labor and the laborer, Holy Childhood Association, intercessory prayer, religious medals, forgiveness, the devil, examination of conscience, LaSalette Marian apparition, Sunday as the Lord's Day, third commandment, Litany of Pauline Jaricot, failure, tools of a missionary, laity

Virtues: patriotism, perseverance, faith, prudence, charity

Title: Pauline Jaricot, Foundress of the Living Rosary and the Society for the Propagation of the Faith Study Guide

Author Name: Janet P. McKenzie

Number of Pages: 84 pages

Categories: Windeatt Study Guides, 8th Grade Sets,

Publisher: Biblio Resource Publications, Inc.,: 2009,

ISBN Number: 978-1-934185-33-9,

Binding: 9 x 6 paperback,

lbs: 0.40 lbs

Seller ID: Pauline SG

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