Henri Gheon was a French playwright, critic, and poet. He began to write poetry after moving to study medicine in Paris in 1893, becoming a regular contributor to French literary magazines by 1909. After returning to the Catholic faith during World War I, Gheon wrote several vivid accounts and plays of saints lives, including St. Therese and the Curé de Ars.
Articles by Henri Ghéon
- Big Beginnings of the Little Way October 1, 2013