Christian Saints & Heroes
They set out into lands where a violent, gruesome death was constantly before them. We set out into an increasingly ... continue reading
In the end, like so many of my devout Catholic brothers and sisters, I found that St. Maximilian Kolbe was right when he exhorted us, ... continue reading
Roman authorities charged Christians of that era with "odium humani generis" [hatred of the human race]. The Romans claimed to be citizens ... continue reading
Fr. Paul Schenck: A Jewish, former Anglican Minister, Catholic Priest on St. Theresa Benedicta Watch
Saint Theresa Benedicta of the Cross was the quintessential example of penetrating intellect, social concern and personal piety. ... continue reading
When I was reading about the CurÃ© d'Ars spending hours in that cramped and stiffly hot confessional, I wanted to bring him a little pillow ... continue reading
Catholics, for the most part, are probably pretty familiar with the Feast of the Holy Family that is celebrated on the Sunday after ... continue reading
He consecrated the world, entrusting it to Mary's hands, offering the Blessed Virgin a golden rose. In his homily, Benedict XVI likened ... continue reading
The saintly co-founder of Maryknoll, Father Thomas Fredrick Price, was an apostolic priest, faithful to Catholic orthodoxy, totally ... continue reading
These two great pillars of Christianity were both martyred for the faith. Their Feast is celebrated together. Priests and deacons ... continue reading
Ven. Father d'Alzon, besides being an edifying model of charity, was also a sterling exemplar of a virtue very much needed today: ... continue reading
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