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    Anne as a little baby in her father’s arms (1911)

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    Anne in her mother’s arms (autumn 1911)

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    Anne aged two and a half (1913)

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    Open your heart, offer your hands; you will change the world (Hymn for Holy Year 1975)

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    Jacques, Magdeleine, Anne, Marie-Antoinette on Madame de Guigné’s lap (May 3rd 1915)

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    The little nurse aged four

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    Anne in her fifth year with her mother and her sister Magdeleine

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    Jacques, Magdeleine, Mlle Basset in the background, Anne, Marinette and the dog of the house

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    The four children on the steps in front of the Villa St. Benoît: Magdeleine and Marinette, Jacques and Anne

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    Little Anne in a natural pose!

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    Anne aged about six with Magdeleine and Jacques

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    Marinette, Jacques, Magdeleine and Anne

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    Anne and her little goat

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    Jacques, Magdeleine, Mlle Basset, Anne and Marinette who must have moved

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    The four children

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    Anne at the age of eight: “Holy Mary, Mother of God, may I keep a child-like heart,
    as pure and transparent as a spring of running water.” (Prayer of Father Léonce de Grandmaison s.j.)

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    Marie-Antoinette, Jacques, Magdeleine and Anne (September 1919)

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    Anne is almost nine. “Her eyes are of an astonishing purity. One reads in them a great goodness and a sort of contained joy, infinitely serene.” (Marie-Dominique Poinsenet – Sous la motion de l’Esprit)

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    “There is in their external aspect a sort of greatness and dignity which inspires reserve and respect It is a supernatural effect which results from their intense and familiar communication with God.
    (St. John of the Cross, Spiritual canticle B, stanza XVII)

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    Invited to a family wedding

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    Autumn 1921

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    Magdeleine, Marie-Antoinette, a relative and Anne

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    A last photo of Anne a few weeks before her death