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Man of The People. Fr. William Doyle SJ

Man of The People.  Fr. William Doyle SJ
Willie Doyle lived a life of great generosity, kindness, courage and holiness.
One hundred years on, his example and values are more relevant than ever.
How did this young boy from Dublin become a hero of WW1?
Our Price: €5.95
ISBN/EAN9780993198939
Stock: 0
Publisher: Elm Books
Pub. Date: November 6 2017
Author: UI CHEALLAIGH, CARMEL
Format: Paperback
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