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Our Lady of Kibeho and the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows Coloring Book

Our Lady of Kibeho and the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows Coloring Book

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Our Lady of Kibeho and the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows Coloring Book
Regular price $8.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $8.99 USD
A gift from the mother of Jesus was given to a young girl in Africa. That gift is given to you, and now you can give that gift to your children. At a small boarding school in the village of Kibeho in Rwanda, the Blessed Virgin gave the teen aged visionary, Marie Clare, the gift of the Seven Sorrows Rosary. It is a form of saying the rosary that differs somewhat from the traditional rosary. The Virgin said she had given this gift to the world once before, but it fell into disuse. Now, the Virgin was asking Marie Clare to reintroduce the Seven Sorrows Rosary to the world. This coloring book will help you give this valuable gift from the Blessed Virgin to your child. It will help you to know and love this gift also.

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