Saint Jeanne Jugan Paperback

by Eloi Leclerc;

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Saint Jeanne Jugan

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By declaring Jeanne Jugan, the foundress of the Little Sisters of the Poor, to be a saint, the Church is proclaiming her holiness. The Little Sisters are well known for their care homes all over the world, where older people are cared for with dignity, respect and love. But Jeanne Jugan remains in the shadows.Her story is extraordinary.A person of great energy and drive, she began the work by taking an abandoned old woman into her own home, and quickly found new premises and gathered a community around her.The work flourished and homes were established in several cities. But then Jeanne was removed from the leadership of the order she had founded.Without complaint or bitterness she allowed herself to be stripped of what was dearest to her - her work. Jeanne is offered as an example to us not because she suffered humiliation and injustice but because of the way she lived her humiliation and injustice - not retreating into herself, but rising up towards God,"blossoming like a rose", and so enabling the luminous work of God to be seen in her, in all its purity and radiance.

Saint Jeanne Jugan by Eloi Leclerc was published by Darton Longman & Todd in September 2009 and is our 46590th best seller. The ISBN for Saint Jeanne Jugan is 9780232527780.

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Details for Saint Jeanne Jugan

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherDarton Longman & Todd (September 2009)
Number of Pages64
Thickness4 mm
Height210 mm
Width140 mm
Product Code2625860
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