The Story of St. John Marie Vianney Patron Saint of Priests
Aug04

The Story of St. John Marie Vianney Patron Saint of Priests

St. John Marie Vianney was a priest who Pope Pius X proposed as a model of parochial clergy for his extraordinary devotion and life which he committed to the church ministry. In time for his feast day, which we celebrate on August 4. Let’s revisit his inspiring and thought-provoking story.

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The Story of St. Ignatius of Loyola – Founder of the Jesuits
Jul31

The Story of St. Ignatius of Loyola – Founder of the Jesuits

Every July 31, we commemorate the feast day of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the patron saint of the Society of Jesus, soldiers, educators and education. In time for this celebration, let us look back to his story and find inspiration in it.

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How Catholics Celebrate The Feast Of The Most Precious Blood Of Jesus
Jul01

How Catholics Celebrate The Feast Of The Most Precious Blood Of Jesus

The most precious blood of Jesus is a symbol of the ultimate sacrifice. We celebrate the Feast of the Most Precious Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ in July.

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Fast Facts about Saint Patrick
Mar17

Fast Facts about Saint Patrick

Out of the Church’s many saints, St. Patrick is one of the few who have also attained the status of historical legend and national icon. He is also a great example of a dedicated missionary who, above all else, put the spread of Christ’s message as his only purpose in life.

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Who is Saint Katharine Drexel?
Mar03

Who is Saint Katharine Drexel?

Although, Martin Luther King Jr. may be the most famous of all people to advocate for the plight of minorities in the United States, he wasn’t the first. Nearly a century before the civil rights movement, there was Saint Katharine Drexel and the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People.

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