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Monday, January 18, 2021

Saints & Sacraments: John Vianney, a patron for Holy Orders

BARBARA YOFFIE The humble and holy St. John Vianney is one of the most beloved priests in the history of the Catholic Church. He...

Saints & Sacraments: Sts. Louis and Zelie Martin, patrons for Matrimony

BARBARA YOFFIE Louis and Zelie Martin are the first married couple to be canonized together. Their marriage was a true love story. They loved God,...

Saints & Sacraments: John the Baptist, a patron for Baptism

BARBARA YOFFIE Exemplifying the sacrament of Baptism is the great preacher and prophet John the Baptist, an obvious choice. Through his preaching and teaching,...

Saints & Sacraments: St. Philip Neri, a patron for Confirmation

BARBARA YOFFIE Italian priest Philip Neri had a deep devotion to the Holy Spirit. One evening while praying in the catacombs of Rome, he experienced...

Celebrating Saints: Nunzio Sulprizio—May 5

PATRICIA MATHSON This young saint had a difficult life. Nunzio Sulprizio was born into a poor family in Italy. His dad and mom died when...

Go To Joseph

Devotion to St. Joseph in Times of Crisis JAMES BLANKENSHIP When all the land of Egypt became hungry and the people cried to Pharaoh for food,...

Living the Liturgical Year: St. Joseph, the Husband of Mary, March 19

St. Joseph teaches us how to really live! CONNIE CLARK An angel visits you in the middle of the night with a message: Someone in...

Living the Liturgical Year: St. Patrick, March 17

Get to know the real St. Patrick CONNIE CLARK When you think of St. Patrick, you might think of Ireland. After all, he’s the country’s...

Celebrating Saints: Paula Montal—February 26

PATRICIA MATHSON Paula Montal was the oldest of five children who lived with their mom and dad by the sea in Spain. When she was...

Living the Liturgical Year: The Conversion of St. Paul, January 25

St. Paul sees the light! CONNIE CLARK Wrong, wrong, wrong! Have you ever thought somebody was just plain wrong about something? Saul thought Jesus’ followers...