Lily of the Mohawks
Servant of the Suffering
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I used this with my Year Six class and they were so engaged with the story of Blessed Carlo. Thanks so much! It helps makes the saints so accessible.
Digital Disciple: Carlo Acutis and the Eucharist
I bought two copies of the Treasure Chest Volume One Collection. One for my grandson’s 9 birthday in a month, and one for the library of my Parish, Saint Alphonsus. I can’t wait to give these gifts, and wish I’d bought a copy for me!! Amazingly beautiful, and amazingly great content!
I read this with my six-year-old son. He absolutely loved it. I think this comic helped make Blessed Carlo relatable as well as illustrate that becoming a saint is attainable. It's something to which we are all called. The story itself was vibrant and thorough. Thanks, Voyage!
Your comic told a very complex life story, very deftly and succinctly, illustrating how one person could, by obeying Jesus’ command to take up her cross, could change the world. I strongly urge Catholic educators to purchase this comic, and share Rose’s life story.
We ordered all of the comics. My kids love them. The quality is great!
Rose’s story is told well, in a very engaging manner. The only fault I find is that the story of the Hawthorne Dominicans is not told. But, Rose’s story is very moving and compelling, one of sorrow turning to joy.
My kids loved this. And like all of Voyage’s releases, it’s got great art and coloring.
Lily of the Mohawks: Saint Kateri Tekakwitha
One of my favorite saints and Voyage does them justice once again. The art for Kateri is beautiful and you really get a sense of this young woman's beauty and bravery and sacrifices. I am definitely going to share this with my nieces and nephews. Brava!
Great story, beautiful artwork!
I bought this because I’m a big Mandalorian fan and wanted to deepen my understanding of this great series. The essays did not disappoint. The stories of St. Christopher and St. Joseph were written very well and had incredible illustrations.
I enjoyed the story and artwork, especially the details in the narrative and rich visual interpretation of a remarkable soul who was drawn into the faith and guided by heaven. The abundance of nature puts me in mind of Eden. But God grows us evermore in complexity, and we are given free will to choose Him and know Him. This comic shows me that heaven on earth can be obtained in union with Him.
I bought Medal Knight for my grandson Max, age 10, who was already a fan of your comics. The day after I gave it to him, he called me and asked me to bring him more if I had them. I told him they weren't ready yet. He couldn't wait for the next one of the Finian series either.
The cover art caught his eye when I had it on the table, and it just drew him in. Keep up the great story-telling/evangelizing.
Can't wait for issue #2! Hopefully we can expect a crossover cameo from The Phantom Phoenix since they are all in the same comic book universe.