Saint Brother André
Georges Madore;Celeste Gagnon;
Number of pages: 32
Saint Brother Andre is the story of one of Canada’s most-loved religious figures of the 20th Century, Andre Bessett. Canonized in 2010, this humble man has drawn women and men from around the world to his shrine in Montreal, seeking his intervention for healing and recovery.
Now, his story, adapted and beautifully illustrated for children aged 8-12, can entertain the souls and imagination of young Christians everywhere.
With 2017 being the 80th anniversary of Brother Andre’s death, this work serves as a superb addition to the books and products related to this inspirational human being.
Georges Madore is a Montfortian priest who holds advanced degrees in theology, psychoeducation and Bible studies. A longtime preacher and collaborator for Living with Christ (French version), he has written several books for Novalis, including Bernadette and Lourdes in 2008 and The Angles in 2012.
Céleste Gagnon is a full-time illustrator and designer. Over the last 15 years, Céleste has worked on many projects, including books, magazine, novel covers, merchandise and fabric design.
*This title is also available in French.