The Genius of Louis Braille (1809-1852)

How Catholic Inventors Helped Build Western Civilization Nestled in the countryside twenty miles east of Paris, the Braille family lived a comfortable life. Simon-Rene, father of four young children, was a good provider, operating a leather shop on his land.  One day his three-year-old son, Louis, wandered into the workshop to play. He picked up … Read moreThe Genius of Louis Braille (1809-1852)