Category: All You Saints
November 17, 2023
Many people know the name Christopher Columbus…but not many people know the name Saints Frances Xavier Cabrini. Some states are already honoring her publicly…watch our video to learn more!
All You Saints, Let’s celebrate her kindness on her feast day,... Read More»
November 1, 2023
There’s been a lot of Pope Leos–13 so far. But only one is called “the great,” and that’s Pope Leo I, whose feast day is November 10th.
Most famously, he met with Attila the Hun and discouraged the warlord from invading Italy.... Read More»
October 25, 2023
It’s been said that sometimes we mistake “wholesomeness” for “holiness.” Not St. Martin de Porres.
His concern for the poor, the sick, and the enslaved compelled him to enter into some truly dirty, difficult, and even dangerous situations.... Read More»
October 14, 2023
She founded a hospital for lepers. The doors of her castle were open to travelers and to those who were homeless, sick, and dying. Hedwig went to the cottages of those who were poor, visiting and serving them. Late at night she would darn their clothes.... Read More»
April 15, 2023
St. Anselm | Feast Day April 21
Saints to Live By:
St. Anselm of Canterbury left his home in Italy to travel as a young man and ended up at the monastery in Bec, France,
February 23, 2023
Servant of God Julia Greeley, Denver’s Angel of Charity, was born into slavery and emancipated after the Civil War. She spent her life serving the poor with a special devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and a love for children and praying for the city’s fire fighters.... Read More»
December 31, 2022
Tracy Earl Welliver • Dec 23, 2022
St. Joseph is one of the greatest examples of stewardship we have in the Gospels. Here is a man who understands care and reverence for the property of God,... Read More»
November 16, 2022
Saint Andrew was a fisherman in Galilee, along with his brother, Peter, when they were called by Jesus to leave their boat and become fishers of men. John’s Gospel also places him as a follower of John the Baptist before he came to be one of Jesus’ twelve Disciples.... Read More»
October 18, 2022
Saint John Paul II was born Karol Wojtyla in the small Polish town of Wadowice. During World War II, when the Nazis invaded Poland, Karol secretly studied for the priesthood in an underground seminary.
He was ordained to the priesthood in 1946,... Read More»
September 21, 2022
September 27 – Feast day for St. Vincent de Paul
St. Vincent de Paul was born in Pouy, France on April 24, 1581, and was ordained a priest on September 23, 1600. Vincent devoted himself entirely to the alleviation of suffering of the poor.... Read More»