I’ve written before about Immaculee’ Ilibagiza, the woman who survived the Rwandan holocaust in a 4 X 4 bathroom with 7 other women for almost 4 months while nearly everyone in her immediate family was murdered. It’s an incredible story and if you haven’t read “Left to Tell“, you should. Go ahead, I’ll wait. Just kidding.
I’ve read all of her books and am looking forward to reading her latest, The Rosary The Prayer That Saved My Life. For whatever reason I haven’t picked it up yet but I’m so thrilled to be able to buy it tonight and get it signed by Immaculee’. She’s speaking at a local church and I was lucky (blessed) enough to reserve 2 tickets. I’ve seen her speak before but Mark hasn’t and cancelled a few lessons to go along with me.
If you ever get a chance to hear her speak in person, you should go. Whether your Catholic or not, her story is incredible and her faith is inspiring.
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