Here’s a saint study about St. Martin de Porres, complete with lesson ideas and activities.
By Kate Daneluk
Martin de Porres is an inspiration not only in his saintly accomplishments, but in what he overcame to get there. A mixed race child growing up in the late 17th century in Peru, Martin was often ridiculed and suffered injustice each day.
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