Blessed Ludovico of Casoria, O.F.M., (b. at Casoria, near Naples, 11 March 1814; d. at Pausilippo, 30 March 1885) was an Italian Franciscan friar, renowned social reformer and founder of the "Gray Friars of Charity" and the "Gray (or Franciscan) Sisters of St. Elizabeth".
In the fourth century appeared a Greek religious romance on the Loves of Cecilia and Valerian, written, like those of Chrysanthus and Daria, Julian and Basilissa, in glorification of the virginal life, and with the purpose of taking the place of the sensual romances of ... continue readingMore Female Saints
Marguerite had survived many threats in the twenty-six years she had been in wilderness of Canada. She had lived through Iroquois attacks, a fire that destroyed her small village, plagues on the ... continue reading
By Deacon F.K. Bartels