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St. Hedwig Catholic Church hosting special book signing by author event the weekend of September 11 and 12

St. Hedwig Catholic Church is hosting a special book signing by author event the weekend of Sept. 11 & 12, 2021.

Featuring the celebrated book, The Imitation of Mary: Keys to Growth in Virtue and Grace, by author Fr. Quan D. Tran, S.T.L. Father Tran will be available after all Masses to sign the book and meet attendees.

Pre-event books are available on-line at www.sainthedwigparish.org for a suggested donation of $20.00 and will be available at the signing. All proceeds for the event are to benefit the renovation of St. Hedwig’s Church and School Quinn Hall.

About The Imitation of Mary
Published in 2020, the Imitation of Mary has been celebrated by Catholic leadership and Catholic laypersons around the world. Readers learn the 12 essential qualities of Mary to unleash a torrent of spiritual graces and virtue.

“This book will help all of us in the uncertain and challenging time to take Mary as our model, learning from her how to say yes to God’s will.” Archbishop Jose H. Gomez, Archdiocese of Los Angeles, CA

About Father Quan Tran
Prior to entering the seminary, Fr. Tran worked as a Deputy District Attorney for the County of Orange for ten years. After leaving, Father Tran entered the Seminary at the Pontifical North American College (NAC) in Rome. In 2017, Father started his Fullness of Grace apostolate to help Christians grow in their faith. Father Tran is currently assigned to St. Hedwig Catholic Church in the Diocese of Orange. For more information visit https://www.fullnessofgrace.org/.

About St. Hedwig Church
Roman Catholic Parish & School in the Diocese of Orange situated in Los Alamitos, CA. serving over 3,000 families and the local community. As a vibrant parish, the church has ministries and organizations that work together to challenge, impact, and empower everyone in the community to live the Good News of Jesus Christ.

This article was released by St. Hedwig Catholic Church.