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May 21st, 2014
Saints of Our Lives, episode 5
 
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Saints of Our Lives is Team Busted Halo acting out the lives of the saints in soap opera fashion for your educational and entertainment pleasure. In our first episode of Saints of Our Lives, we dramatize the life of St. Monica.

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  • kimberly

    WOW! This is incredible! I love the fresh, funny, and truthful stories of the saints! I am a 7th and 8th grade religion teacher and am always looking for new ways to ignite their hearts, minds, and souls with great stories about the lives of the saints. Unfortunately, I teach religion during the day and in a classroom. I was wondering if there was a collection of these somewhere? How can I have access to these wonderful stories for my students?

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