Bishop of Pontus, modern Turkey, and a friend of Eusebius. His name supposedly derives from MelAtticum, “Attic Honey," denoting eloquence in preaching. Meletius endured many trials during the persecutions of his era.
Dymphna was fourteen when her mother died. Damon is said to have been afflicted with a mental illness, brought on by his grief. He sent messengers throughout his town and other lands to find some woman of noble birth, resembling his wife, who would be willing to marry ... continue readingMore Female Saints
Carmelite Latinpatriarch and papal legate. Peter was born in Gascony, France and joined the Carmelites while still a young man. In 1342 he was appointed procurator of the order and, from Avignon, he ... continue reading
By Deacon F.K. Bartels