The Story of Our Savior, Christ, The Lord by Daniel A. Lord SJ 1946 Vintage Catholic Children's Book First Edition Free Shipping

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The Story of Our Savior, Christ, The Lord - By Daniel S. Lord, SJ The Queens Work, St. Louis, MO 1946. Imprimatur Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop New York. First Edition. Hard cover, dust jacket, 44 pp

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"As a sequel to the Old Testament Stories, Father Lord presents in this book a vivid story of the Life of Christ for children. In His role as Savior of men, Our Lord is dramatically pictured to children as the Redeemer of all men.
Fifteen beautiful illustrations, rich in color and beauty, accompany the text in clear, large type for children."

If you're not familiar with Daniel Lord, SJ, he is about to become your favorite author. Everything he has written is clear, concise, and faithful to dogma. My personal favorite in this book is that the story doesn't end with the Ascension. The last page shows Peter baptizing new Christians ... and the story continues.

This book is from an old Catholic estate that was sealed in 1950 and not opened until 2001. The owner originally acquired many Catholic children's books with the intention of starting a Catholic school. They are in mint, unused condition, but, of course, old. These are the remainders of that stock. While there is no dust or mold, if you are super sensitive, I recommend airing them out in sunlight for a short time.
The Story of Our Savior, Christ, The Lord - By Daniel S. Lord, SJ The Queens Work, St. Louis, MO 1946. Imprimatur Francis Cardinal Spellman, Archbishop New York. First Edition. Hard cover, dust jacket, 44 pp

You can find more vintage books here http://bit.ly/CatholicChildren

"As a sequel to the Old Testament Stories, Father Lord presents in this book a vivid story of the Life of Christ for children. In His role as Savior of men, Our Lord is dramatically pictured to children as the Redeemer of all men.
Fifteen beautiful illustrations, rich in color and beauty, accompany the text in clear, large type for children."

If you're not familiar with Daniel Lord, SJ, he is about to become your favorite author. Everything he has written is clear, concise, and faithful to dogma. My personal favorite in this book is that the story doesn't end with the Ascension. The last page shows Peter baptizing new Christians ... and the story continues.

This book is from an old Catholic estate that was sealed in 1950 and not opened until 2001. The owner originally acquired many Catholic children's books with the intention of starting a Catholic school. They are in mint, unused condition, but, of course, old. These are the remainders of that stock. While there is no dust or mold, if you are super sensitive, I recommend airing them out in sunlight for a short time.

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