The Miracle of the Bells, by Russell Janney
John Brunini, director of the Catholic Poetry Society, says, “This is a story of God’s grace, originating in the simple goodness and faith of a young girl, spreading in ever widening circles through the lives of many and uniting individuals of all classes in a new sense of brotherhood.” The publisher considers The Miracle of the Bells to be a novel “of joyousness in life that will sweep the reader into a delightful liberating experience. . .” A Protestant minister of New York—it is a Catholic book—went so far as to compare it with The Robe, calling it “one of the finest examples of practical, real Christianity that I have seen in modern fiction.” One hundred twenty-five thousand copies have been printed. It is now number three on most best-seller lists.
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