A short, popular biography of the French Saint known as the "Father of his Country" for his great charities. Founded the Vincentian Priests, plus through St. Louise de Marillac, the Daughters of Charity. He was once enslaved by the Moslems, but escaped. Suitable for teens and older.
Number One Gigi(St. Louis, Missouri, March 3, 2012)
Read it in one sitting.
Inexpensive: was able to pass it along to others.
Prompted me to want more on St. Vincent de Paul.
I was hoping for more information, but it was well-worth it, as it set the framework for future readings on this very beautiful saint. Best Uses: Outline of a saint's life; Cons: needs more details; Pros: Makes me want more info, Simple and Easy to Read