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We'll Meet Again

Keane, Colm
True stories of deathbed visions involving those who return to meet us when we die.

Heading for the Light: The 10 Things That Happen When You Die

Keane, Colm
The 10 stages of death as revealed by people who have had near-death experiences

Animal Crackers: Irish Pet Stories

Keane, Colm
Real-life stories from Ireland of pets and their owners.

Padre Pio - Irish Encounters with the Saint

Keane, Colm
Padre Pio, the man, his miracles, priestly life, loves and hates are described by Irish people who knew, met or witnessed him. What he was like, his holiness and sense of humour are featured. You will read about his stigmata, powers of bilocation, ability to read minds, his Masses and confessions in a way you have never experienced before.

The Little Flower - St Therese of Lisieux: The Irish Connection

Keane, Colm
This powerful and inspiring book describes the life, miracles and early death of St. Therese of Lisieux. It includes her many Irish links, and outlines her Little Way. Everybody is important, she said. Every little deed matters. As explained in the book, her philosophy is as relevant today as it ever was.

The Village of Bernadette: Lourdes - Miracles, Stories and Cures: The Irish Connection

Keane, Colm
St. Bernadette's impoverished childhood, visions of Our Lady, and tragic death at the age of 35 are recalled in this groundbreaking book. Irish miracles and cures at Lourdes are recollected. Visits by John F. Kennedy, Grace Kelly and Seamus Heaney are described, bringing the reader up-close to the wonders of Lourdes in a way never achieved before.

The Book of St. Brigid

Keane, Colm
The life story, miracles and cures of the iconic feminist saint, Brigid of Kildare, including her legacy to the present day.

Journey's End: The Truth about Heaven and Hell

Keane, Colm
Journey's End is a conclusive portrayal of what we face after death and details how our consciousness survives in an afterlife of peace and tranquility. Above all, it stresses the need for preparation to ensure a happy death.