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A Collection of Four Monologues
By: Patrick DornADD TO WISH LIST
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Running Time: 4 scenes, 10 minutes per scene
Speaking Cast: 1 male, 1-4 total cast
Bible verses: 2 Corinthians 9:6-7, 1 John 4:19, Luke 6:27, Isaiah 11:6-9
These monologues put the “holy” back in several popular but misunderstood holidays. Four Christians with famous names but less familiar legacies step out of the past to share historically accurate accounts of their heroic yet sacrificial lives. Don’t let the word “saints” scare you off. These spiritual giants have much to teach us, yet there is an undercurrent of gentle humor that makes them eminently relatable. Included are: 1. Saint NicholasThe man behind the myth had a heart for the poor. 2. Saint ValentineThis defender of Christian marriage awaits martyrdom in prison, sending notes to friends signed “from your Valentine.” 3. Saint PatrickA teenager becomes a slave, escapes captivity, learns to love his enemies, then answers God’s call to return to the “dreaded” Emerald Isle. 4. Saint Francis of AssisiFriend to animals, Francis abandons wealth and comfort for a life of holy simplicity and brotherhood, inadvertently inventing the Nativity scene along the way. For inspiration and encouragement in the faith, mark your calendars and celebrate these Saints for the Seasons.

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