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St. Elizabeth of the Trinity plays the piano in her family house in Bourges around 1892. 


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Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati in 1923 during a ski trek with his mountaineer friends in Italy. 


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Pier Giorgio parties with his friends in Turin in 1922. 


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Pier Giorgio with his friends mixing friendship, spirituality, and jokes. 


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St. John Paul II watching television. 


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Karol Wojtyla having a shave while camping in 1959. 


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St. Maximilian Kolbe working on his correspondence, Niepokalanow (Poland) in 1927.


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The future John Paul II canoeing along the River Drawa, in 1955. 


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Karol Wojtyla with his students next to the church of Saint Floriana in Krakow in 1951.


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St. Thérèse of Lisieux at the wash house along with her religious sisters around 1890.


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St. (Mother) Teresa with her family on the day of her confirmation, Skopje in Macedonia, 1918.


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Bl. Charles I of Austria and his wife Zita prioritized the education of their 8 children. Here they are in exile in Madeira in 1922.


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St. Padre Pio looking at a map during a pilgrimage in 1916.


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St. Edith Stein with her student friends in Gôttingen, (Germany) in 1913.


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Bl. Father Jerzy Popieluszko on his bike in his native village of Okopy, in Poland, 1959.


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