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The Last Doorbell Rung

    My Memoirs

Beyond a simple autobiographical story, this edited English text, introduces the lector to the daily life of a little 9-year-old girl, who suddenly is witness to extraordinary phenomena. If the encounters with the Virgin declare her fortunate, contributing to a happiness never known, it was a veritable Calvary that she experienced between apparitions that gain our attention.

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  • EAN : 9782873568375
  • Date de parution : 19-06-2019
  • ISBN : 978-2-87356-837-5
  • Nombre de pages : 144
  • Dimensions : 205 × 135 mm

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“A Liar.” is is how the mother of Gilberte Degeimbre considered her daughter, one of the five children who witnessed the apparitions of the Virgin Mary at Beauraing. Gilberte had to wait until the final apparition for the mother to finally believe. Beyond a simple autobiographical story, this edited English text, introduces the lector to the daily life of a little 9-year-old girl, who suddenly is witness to extraordinary phenomena. If the encounters with the Virgin declare her fortunate, contributing to a happiness never known, it was a veritable Calvary that she experienced between apparitions that gain our attention. Disowned by her mother, she had to face, after each manifestation of the Virgin, a bitter course of scientific and ecclesiastical interrogations. A poignant story that reveals beyond the immense joy of the apparitions, a daily Way of the Cross endured by the last seer of Beauraing.

Introductions, illustrations and notes by Father Christophe Rouard, Vice-Rector of the Shrines at Beauraing

ISBN 978-2-87356-837-5
Couverture souple
Nombre de pages 144
Reliure dos carré collé
Sous-titre My Memoirs
Nombre d'illustrations 55
Hauteur 205
Largeur 135

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The Last Doorbell Rung

The Last Doorbell Rung

Beyond a simple autobiographical story, this edited English text, introduces the lector to the daily life of a little 9-year-old girl, who suddenly is witness to extraordinary phenomena. If the encounters with the Virgin declare her fortunate, contributing to a happiness never known, it was a veritable Calvary that she experienced between apparitions that gain our attention.

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