Brother Marcel Van: Autobiography

Born into a modest family, against a background of endless personal trial, Marcel Van (1928-1959) wished to become a priest.  He entered the Redemptorist monastery in Hanoi.  Combining an extreme sensitivity with an insane but saint-like audacity, his life was spent in silence against a backcloth of political turmoil until his death in a North Vietnamese prison-camp.

At the request of his spiritual director he wrote his life story - on nine hundred pages of exercise book.

978 085244 597 6

364 pages  £17.99

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