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Absolutely fascinating story of God's mercy to sinners. An egregious sinner, Keriolet (1602-1660) was arrogant, wicked, confrontational, proud and haughty. He would go out of his way to start quarrels and was a notorious seducer of well-born women. And yet God's mercy was upon him.
A short biography of a saint who was converted in the 1600's by what devils were forced to reveal to him when he entered a church in which an exorcism was taking place; they told him about incidents which had occurred in his life in which he was saved from death and subsequent damnation by Mary, to whom he prayed a daily Ave Maria, despite his being a terrible sinner and an atheist.
87 pp. Pocket size, softcover.
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