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Jerri Donohue
 
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“It was his example that inspired me. His words that give me hope and his ideas that gave direction to my life.”
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Ohio couple shares Christmas story through unique collections.
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Near the end of his life, St. Gianna’s husband said that he could not thank God enough for the graces he had received — especially the grace to see his heroic wife elevated to sainthood within his lifetime.
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St. Mary Elementary School still exists in paintings as vivid as Bernadine Stetzel’s childhood memories.
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A Catholic veteran dedicates his final years to Holocaust education
Jerri Donohue

Jerri Donohue is a freelance writer living in Ohio. In addition to the Register, she has written for St. Anthony Messenger, the Catholic News Service and several diocesan newspapers as well as regional and history magazines. Her favorite subjects relate to World War II. As a volunteer for the Library of Congress Veterans History Project, she interviewed 225 WWII veterans from around the country and feels a deep affection and appreciation for them and for the country they served.