Martyr of Rome. She was the wife of Manius Acilius Glabrio and mother of the Roman Senator St. Pudens. Her husband was put to death by Emperor Domitian, probably because she was a Christian, and tradition declares that she allowed St. Peter to use her home on the Via Salaria as the headquarters for his missionary endeavors in the Eternal City. The catacombs which stretch beneath her home were named after her.
St. Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin and Martyr whose feast day is November 25th. She is the patroness of philosophers and preachers. St. Catherine is believed to have been born in Alexandria of a noble family. Converted to Christianity through a vision, she ... continue readingMore Female Saints
St. Bonaventure, Bishop and Doctor of the Church (Feast day-July 15) St. Bonaventure, known as "the seraphic doctor," was born at Bagnorea in Tuscany, in 1221. He received the name of ... continue reading
By Deacon Keith Fournier