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The Rosary That Grew Flowers

By Jeannie Paslawsky
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Softcover
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Format: Softcover
ISBN 13: 9780999630006
Trim Size: 8.5" x 11"
Number of Pages: 170
Publisher: Jean Paslawsky
Publication Date: 12/26/2017

Uncovered in 2013, a 1928 event had disappeared into the anthracite coal dust of Lansford, PA. Until 2016, incredulous situations revealed facts for this non-fiction and a combination of research and personal eye witness interviews retells the story.

Parish son, Michael Kusko, broke his back working at the local coal mine. After 5 years of devout prayer, suffering and disability, he entered eternal life. At his wake, the rosary placed into his hands grew flowers.

Our Church & the Rosary Society of St. John the Baptist, is where Michael and his family worshipped and prayed with members of our present families. Now, "The Rosary That Grew Flowers” is published in conjunction with the parish’s 125th Anniversary and Fatima’s 100th Anniversary of the Apparitions and Miracle.

Aunt Mary, your testimony at 95 years old launched and propelled this work. You often wondered why you lived so long, now the book is complete; so too, is your work among us. Thank you. Vichnaja Pamjat’ Eternal Memory!

Jeannie Paslawsky- Writing since college at Immaculata University, PA. Professional writing began part time in late 1990’s, majority in a short story format. Until now, her published works were featured in short story book collections or online:

  • o “Aunt Jo & Jesus”-  Influences early childhood church visits- 201 Inspirational Stories of the Eucharist, 2004, Sr. Patricia Proctor
  • o “Turning the Whisper into a ROAR” - Battle with a friend who has breast cancer in The Breast Cancer Book of Strength & Courage, 2002, Ernie Bodai, Judie Panneton
  • o “Expect Nothing” – Aunt Helen’s sage advice on her 80th birthday, 2010,  Heartwarmers, Lee Simonson- web
  • o “Duty, Honor Country” - Sgt. Andrew “AJ” Baddick’s selfless ultimate sacrifice in Iraqi freedom, Heartwarmers, 2003, Lee Simonson- web
  • o “Ripples in the Pond” – Affects of a College professor’s favorite phrase, Heartwarmers, 2003, Lee Simonson & Hearttouchers, Michael T. Powers -web

Contact:

Email: paslawskyj@aol.com