Topic: saint

Anthony Grassi was born in 1592, in Fermo, Italy. Anthony was the oldest child of five born to a devout middle class family. He was a congenial and clever boy, who was well-liked by his teachers and p ... discuss

Son of an Irish chieftain named Turdough. Intellectual and spiritual student of the monk Saint Molua. Despite family opposition, he became a monk. Missionary monk throughout Ireland, Scotland, and the ... discuss

The following is from my talk at this year's Annual Advent Dinner on December 4th, highlighting all of the good work Lumina has accomplished this year! First of all, I want to thank Bishop Byrne ... discuss

1. Mary of Nazareth: The Life of Our Lady in Pictures by Fr. Donald Calloway -- Ignatius Press, 2014I have this book and love it! It is one of the most inspirational books I have read! Beautiful ... discuss

17 December, Old Testament Today we commemorate the Holy Prophet Daniel and the Three Young Men — Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego. These four were among the young men of Judah who were take ... discuss

On Saturday, Pope Francis received in audience members of the National Council of the Italian Union of the blind and Visually Handicapped, on the occasion of the feast of Saint Lucy. Here is a trans ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 16, 2014 / 01:14 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis touched on the importance of being humble and open to the Lord's correction, encouraging the faithful to offer him their sins to Go ... discuss

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Clerical/Administrative, PT TempSaint Luke Institute (Silver Spring, MD)We are seeking an Administrative Assistant for a 9-12 month assignment. The ideal candidate is organize ... discuss

Bishop of Eichstätt: It is fascinating to see "the blooming of religious vocations in the young churches". There are very many in India, although the number of Catholics living there is "relatively m ... discuss

By TITO EDWARDS | In New Interview, Pope Francis Defends Decision on Cardinal Burke by John Burger of Aleteia∝ - BigPulpit.com Pope Francis’ Warning to Europe Lost on Lesbian Politi ... discuss

The Saint of the day for December 16th is St. Adelaide of Burgundy, a marvel of grace and beauty, according to her spiritual director and biographer, St. Odilon of Cluny. She was born a princess in 19 ... discuss

There seem to be two camps when it comes to other people's opinion of those of us who foster children. Either they are fully supportive and paint you as a saint lavishing you with the praise you know ... discuss

On a visit to a Roman parish Sunday evening, the Pope had lively discussions with various groups from the congregation, including children preparing to receive their First Communion. He told them abou ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 15, 2014 / 02:54 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Catholics working in media would do well to remember that communications is about informing people – not collecting “hits,” Po ... discuss

Here is one relatively new (c. 2005) hymn and two very old hymns with fresh translations, to round out your Christmas season.Please feel free to use the translations freely this year. The Ho ... discuss

Today's saint was born Paolina (Paula) Francesca Maria at Brescia, Italy on Nov. 6, 1813. She was the sixth of nine children of a wealthy noble landowner and industrialist, Clement de Rosa and his wif ... discuss

The Pope has called for nothing other than pure joy as we prepare for Christmas, and given a three-step recipe for making sure we can live the birth of the Christ Child with joy. This was his messag ... discuss

Today up until 1955 was the Octave of the Immaculate Conception.  As this blog seeks to preserve our Catholic heritage, we will celebrate the Octave Day of the Immaculate Conception today by shar ... discuss

By: T F Stern T F Stern’s Rantings This evening my wife and I attended a Christmas Devotional Service for Temple Ordinance Workers who serve in the Houston Texas Temple.  For us it’s become s ... discuss

Here below is a translation of additional remarks from Pope Francis during his pastoral visit to the Roman Parish of Saint Joseph all’Aurelio, as he met with different parish groups Sunday night ... discuss

Here below is a translation of the text of Pope Francis' homily Sunday night at the parish of Saint Joseph all’Aurelio, in the western sector of the diocese of Rome: * * * On this Sunda ... discuss

Austen Ivereigh in his new book exposes the lobbying of the Conclave by Team Bergoglio. ... discuss

iv> Standard Podcast [ 10 min. 25 sec. | 4.89 MB ] Play NowPlay in Popup | Download Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 658 Proper of Seasons: 283 Psalter: Tuesday, Wee ... discuss

Excerpt from: Rod Rosenbladt, "Christ Died for the Sins of Christians Too," Modern Reformation Vol 12 (May/June 2003): 20-25.Did the reformers, then, have any doctrine of sanctification? Of ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 14, 2014 / 08:43 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Christian joy is borne out of nearness to Christ, said Pope Francis during his Angelus address for the third Sunday of Advent, adding that ̶ ... discuss

"John taught his students this philosophy again and again, 'Fight all error, but do it with good humor, patience, kindness, and love. Harshness will damage your own soul and spoil the best cause.'"Who ... discuss

Join the other Quicktakers over at "This Ain't the Lyceum" Hey before I get into the 7-quick takes, a small reminder that I have my Christmas and Advent Links stuck to the top of this blog for yo ... discuss

~*A repost from 2011*~Remembering St. Lucy...with candlelight…with an orange cinnamon roll wreath and hot cocoa…with making paper dolls…with books…and with prayerSaint Lucy, thy beautiful name ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 13, 2014 / 09:26 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In an audience with people who are blind and visually impaired Pope Francis said that St. Lucy’s courage in facing martyrdom can teach the ... discuss

 Lauren Hill is terminally ill but “I know I will be fine” “Because I feel like I’ve done God’s work, what he sent me here to do. I feel like maybe, I’m not done yet”By D ... discuss

13 December AD 304 Lucia (also Lucy or Lukia) was one of the victims of the great persecution under the Roman emperor Diocletian. She met her death at Syracuse on the island of Sicily because of her ... discuss

(NEWSER) — Pope Francis continues to show he’s anything but traditional. During a recent public appearance, Francis comforted a boy whose dog had died, noting, “One day, we will see our ... discuss

December 13th is the feast of St. Lucy (283-304), a noblewoman who was born in Syracuse, Italy, during the Diocletian persecution. She made a vow of virginity and distributed her wealth to the poor. T ... discuss

The Greek Catholic church of Saint George was in ruins 6 months ago when the town of Nabak was still a terrorist stronghold. Since then reconstruction was achieved and the Patriarch visited its Chri ... discuss

Kudos, congratulations, and sincere thanks to WKRC 12, a local station in Cincinnati, Ohio, for a magnificent profile of Lauren Hill, the 19-year-old college freshman who is winning admirers all over ... discuss

There are many saints who are commemorated in the month of December (other than Saint Nicholas, that is). Whether by the accident of tradition, or by design, some of them have been awarded with a conn ... discuss

Today's feast reminds that regardless of our state of life, our wealth or lack of wealth, our sex, education,  or even our age, we all have the opportunity to be of humble service to God. Juan Di ... discuss

Linus, and Saint Luke, Say It All | The American Catholic div> ... discuss

“Do not let anything afflict you, and do not be afraid of any illness, or accident, or pain. Am I not here who am your Mother? Are you not under my shadow and protection? Do you need anything else? ... discuss

Audio CD from New Camaldoli Hermitage (Jade Records, 2014)O Day of Resurrection! Liturgy of the Hours for Sunday (Jade Music) is a 27- track recording of the Liturgy of the Hours beautifully chanted b ... discuss

Edburga of Minster-in-Thanet was the, apparently only, daughter of King Centwine of Wessex and his wife, Engyth. She was a disciple of St. Mildred and became Abbess of her Abbey at Minster-in-Thanet i ... discuss

What better intercessor for the Holy Father than a pope saint.  ... discuss

T. Tembarom by Francis Hodgson Burnett, recommended in a 1914 edition of St. Nicholas Magazine as a good gift for Mother Reader Review from Amazon: This is one of Burnett’s lesser known novels b ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 11, 2014 / 07:40 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In his daily homily Pope Francis said that God’s love is always expressed in tenderness, and cautioned that if we haven’t experience ... discuss

Today Catholics commemorate Pope St. Damasus I, who led the Church through a critical part of the fourth-century Arian controversy over Jesus' divinity.Pope Damasus I made decisions that shaped the fu ... discuss

By Jessie Tappel, M.S. When we spend a significant period of time with our family or old friends from the past, an interesting psychological mechanism known as regression can take hold. Christmas and ... discuss

He was born around 305, probably near the city of Egitania, Lusitania, in what is the present-day village of Idanha-a-Velha, Portugal, then part of the Western Roman Empire. His life coincided with th ... discuss

I am delighted to be able to announce the locations, speakers (among which are numbered several Chant Cafe contributors and CMAA colloquium speakers), topics, and liturgical plans for Sacra Liturgia U ... discuss

The O2O pilgrimage continues with the icon at the Old Basílica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico – December 2014. TEPEYAC HILL, Mexico – An historic meeting of the Madonnas took place on the ... discuss

Adam of Dryburgh (c. 1140 – 1212) was a late 12th and early 13th century Anglo-Scottish theologian, writer and Premonstratensian and Carthusian monk. He entered Dryburgh Abbey as a young man, rising ... discuss

iv> Standard Podcast [ 18 min. 49 sec. | 8.74 MB ] Play NowPlay in Popup | Download Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 649 Proper of Seasons: 233 Psalter: Thursday, We ... discuss

 Today is the Feast of the Translation of the Holy House of Loretto (Mass in Some Places).Towards the end of the thirteenth century, the terrible news reached Europe that the Holy Land was lost t ... discuss

This reflection is taken from my book, Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: ProLifeReflectionsForEveryDay.org “O Mary, bright dawn of the new world, Mother of ... discuss

Today is the optional memorial of St. Juan Diego. Juan Diego was born in 1474 with the name "Cuauhtlatoatzin" ("the talking eagle") in Cuauhtitlan, which was located in what now is part of Mexico City ... discuss

Born a prince, the son of a king of Brittany; his mother was Azenor, princess of Brest, France. Legend says that his mother was set adrift in a cask, and that Budoc was born at sea with Saint Brigid o ... discuss

O Mother, how pure you are, you are untouched by sin;yours was the privilege to carry God within you.Divine OfficeIf you wanted to be a great baseball player, what would you need? First and foremost, ... discuss

Six months ago, Kerry Messer, president of the Missouri Family Network, reported his wife missing. Messer is well-known in the state capital as the head of a pro-life group and he’s often speaking o ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 8, 2014 / 10:48 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In his Angelus address for the feast of the Immaculate Conception on Monday, Pope Francis said because everything we have received is “a gi ... discuss

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 2014(Click here for readings)by KATIE GROSSMary said to the angel,“How can this be,since I have no relations with a man?”And the angel said ... discuss

Sermon titled "Gift Giving and Saint Nicholas" given on Saturday December 6, 2014. Size: 4.9 MB; duration: 14:20. ... discuss

Later today, I’ll be talking with Sheila Liaugminas (around 6:15pm, Eastern) as we take “A Closer Look” at today’s Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception and Saint Bernadette S ... discuss

It is possible for Christmas carols, not only to be appropriate for the season leading up to the great feast, but to never mention Christmas itself. And no, that does not include "Jingle Bells."With t ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 7, 2014 / 04:02 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A Mass was said on Wednesday at the Basilica of St. Paul Outside the Walls to mark 100 years of restored diplomatic relations between Britain and ... discuss

The following are photos of a Pontifical Solemn High Mass said on the 400th Anniversary of the Arrival of St. Francis Xavier to Japan, and a Requiem Mass for the victims of the Bombing of Nagasaki ... discuss

Consecrated 7 December AD 374 Saint Ambrose of Milan was born in Trier around AD 340. He became a Roman governor in northern Italy and the people of Milan later named him bishop by general acclaim. H ... discuss

I had to leave home too early this morning to see the kids' reactions to their St. Nicholas Day treats, but the dog didn't get them and I received an appreciative text message that St. Nick has "mucho ... discuss

Saturday of the First Week of Advent(Click Here for Readings)By JENNIFER BURGINJesus sent out these Twelve after instructing them thus “Go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel. As you g ... discuss

While the U.S. bishops' conference continually mewls that illegal immigrants pouring over our border from Mexico and South and Central America are victims of violence, they are shockingly quiet on Cat ... discuss

Fr. Robert Lange's memoir, Windows Into the Life of a Priest,  brought to mind a literary theme called the hero's journey. Like the archetypical hero who sets off on a journey of self discov ... discuss

St. Nicholas was a real person, and in fact a real bishop! You can read his story here but an excerpt is below:The true story of Santa Claus begins with Nicholas, who was born during the third century ... discuss

When I was very young, some of my classmates would leave their shoes outside the bedroom door on the night of the fifth of December, so that Saint Nicholas would leave them treats.We never did that at ... discuss

Saint Nicholas was born in the village of Patara in Asia Minor (now the southern coast of Turkey) about the middle of the third century. His wealthy parents, who raised him to be a devout Christi ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Nicholas.We always celebrate. It's a family tradition.The true story of Santa Claus begins with Nicholas, who was born during the third century in the village of Patara. At t ... discuss

6 December AD 326 Of the many saints recognized by the Christian Church, Nicholas is one of the most widely commemorated. However, very little is known historically of him, although there was a church ... discuss

was born in Asia Minor during the third century in the Greek colony of Patara in Lycia in the Roman province of Asia- today Antalya, Turkey — at a time when the region was Hellenistic in its culture ... discuss

I love St. Nicholas. He was meek, loved the poor, and deprived himself of many good things to share with others. What a model for Advent. You can read about this great saint here and here.Being meek d ... discuss

iv> Standard Podcast [ 18 min. 12 sec. | 8.46 MB ] Play NowPlay in Popup | Download Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 649 Proper of Seasons: 190 Psalter: Saturday, We ... discuss

Panjim, India, Dec 5, 2014 / 12:03 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Wednesday, the 462nd anniversary of his death, an estimated 200,000 people visited Se Cathedral in Old Goa to venerate the relics of St. Fran ... discuss

Today we remember Blessed Phillip Rinaldi, a Salesian priest.Phillip was born on May 28, 1856 at Lu Monferrato (Alessandria). Philip met Don Bosco at age 5, and at the age of 22, joined him in the Sal ... discuss

ASSISTANT ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF ECONOMICS, TENURE TRACK Education: University/College, FT EmployeeSaint Mary's College of California (Moraga, CA)Saint Mary's College of California Assistant/Associat ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 4, 2014 / 03:16 pm (CNA).- News broke weeks ago that a new volume of Benedict XVI's collected works was being released in German with an updated version of a 1972 essay, which no lon ... discuss

Vatican City, Dec 4, 2014 / 09:57 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Pope Francis cautioned against the false appearances of those who are proud or vain, saying that true holiness is found in the silent, everyday w ... discuss

Communion rail, Church of the Holy Ghost, Tiverton, RI(© 2012 Fr. Jay Finelli)The new pastor of the Windy City, my fellow Omahan the Most Rev. Blase Cupich, didn’t wait too long to start the usual ... discuss

"WHEN he went to Westminster Hall to be condemned he made a cross of such wood as he could get, apparently a small wooden trencher, and upon it he drew with charcoal a figure of our Lord. This rough c ... discuss

December 4th is the feast of St. John Damascene, Patristic Father and Doctor of the Church. St. John Damascene is the illustrious champion of sacred images.Saint John Damascene (also known as St. John ... discuss

4 December AD 749 John of Damascus, also called John Damascene and Chrysorrhoas, (meaning "streaming with gold," alluding to his "golden" speaking) was born around AD 675. The Christian Church rememb ... discuss

St. Nicholas is coming… be sure to put your shoes out: Oh, and don’t say anything heretical; punches hurt worse than coal. St. Nicholas, puncher of heretics. ... discuss

In the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, today we deviate from the Lectionary to use the particular readings for our Patron Saint Francis Xavier.  Saint Francis Xavier preached to India and other area ... discuss

Saint Thecla The news coming out of Syria continues to be frustrating and grim. News broke today that 12 nuns from the St. Thecla Orthodox Monastery outside of Damascus. Damascus (AsiaNews) – Is ... discuss

St. Nicholas is coming… be sure to put your shoes out: Oh, and don’t say anything heretical; punches hurt worse than coal. St. Nicholas, puncher of heretics. ... discuss

Pope Francis, Time’s ‘Person of the Year’ From Time: When, on March 13, Bergoglio inherited the throne of St. Peter—keeper of the keys to the kingdom of heaven—he made the same ... discuss

The Baptism of the Lord (Theophanylcon) This is a small idea, but one that was reinforced at Mass today during the Homily. The priest said that he often has as least one person during his Marriage pre ... discuss

From a modified transcript of today’s edition of The Briefing:   I first addressed the situation in Ferguson back on August 12th, which was then the first opportunity I had to speak to the ... discuss

INTROIT Dan 3:31, 29, 33All that you have done to us, O Lord, you have done in just judgment, because we have disobeyed Your Commandments; but give glory to Your own name and deal with us in accord wi ... discuss

Yes, a Catholic may fulfill their Sunday obligation by assisting at Masses said by the priests of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX).The Ecclesia Dei Commission on 18th January 2003, stated that it is p ... discuss

  St. Didacus by Francisco de Zurbarán1955 Calendar (Semidouble): November 13Today is the Feast of St. Didacus.  While most people are not aware, the City of San Diego, CA is named after St ... discuss

Martyrdom of Josaphat Kuntsevych by Józef Simmler, National Museum in WarsawToday is the Feast of St. Josaphat.  In Milwaukee, Wisconsin the beautiful Basilica dedicated to St. Josaphat is one o ... discuss

INTROIT Jer. 29:11, 12, 14 Said the Lord: "I think thoughts of peace and not of affliction. You shall call upon Me and I will hear you, and I will bring you back from captivity from all places." Ps. 8 ... discuss

Vigil of Saint Andrew the Apostle The following is taken from Saint Andrew Daily Missal and the Marian Missal , 1945 Bio: Catholic Encyclopedia 1913 edition Today is the last day of th ... discuss

Today in the Franciscan Calendar is the Feast of All Franciscan Saints.  In honor of this special Feast, let us pray the Litany of All Franciscan Saints.A Franciscan Litany of All SaintsLord, hav ... discuss

On December 2nd the Church commemorates the life of St. Bibiana. As Tradition relates, St. Bibiana was the daughter of the Christians Flavian and Dafrosa.  Flavian was tortured and sent into exil ... discuss

This excerpt comes from the book Trustful Surrender to Divine Providence by Fr. Jean Baptiste Saint-Jure & St. Claude de la Colombiere"Nothing happens in the the universe without God willing and allow ... discuss

Advent is the (roughly) 4 week season before Christmas when Catholic and other Christians commemorate the first coming of Christ and anticipate his second coming.  The first Sunday of Advent  ... discuss

"I’m co-hosting in the Keeping Christ in Christmas Blog Carnival, along with Tina from Truly Rich Mom and Monica from Arma Dei: Equipping Catholic Families. We'll be sharing different ways ... discuss

That’s right, I would rather raise a dumb saint than a brilliant sinner. Why? Because I am raising my children to be heaven-bound. Obviously there were many great saints who were brilliant, and i ... discuss

Quite often I am asked about how I deal with teaching religion in our homeschool. My thoughts on this have evolved over our 15+ years of homeschooling, mainly because I have evolved over that same tim ... discuss

When I was in college, I prayed and discerned a vocation to become a sister or a nun.  I was enthralled by the Carmelite Sisters of the Sacred Heart; of which I had had the honor of working with ... discuss

Guest post By Megan HoytHello friends of Hildegard! Happy Feast Day! And when I say Feast Day, I don’t just mean a celebration of the life of St. Hildegard of Bingen. I also want to share some ... discuss

"Man is not perfectly happy, so long as something remains for him to desire and seek." ~ Saint Thomas AquinasThomas Aquinas knew what it meant to be happy. He knew that it meant to no longer be s ... discuss

Brethren, Peace and Good to all of you. Today is the feast day of St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, Virgin, and Doctor of the Church. St. Thérèse of Lisieux is the patron saint o ... discuss

My holy namesake.Brethren, Peace and Good to all of you.Today we remember the Holy Guardian Angels and St. Theophilus of Bulgaria and Constantinople, a Benedictine monk of the East who died during the ... discuss

Brethren: Peace be with all of you in Jesus Christ, the Author of Life.You may be aware of the recent declarations by Ms. Brittany Maynard regarding her desire to end her life in order to avoid a pain ... discuss

Peace be with you in Jesus Christ, the Captain of our Lives.Today we celebrate Columbus Day in the USA - October 12 in my native Puerto Rico. I observe and celebrate it with pride.Columbus is the man ... discuss

Brethren, Peace be with you!Fr. Silvan Rouse, C.P. (+2014) (Photo by John Varljen)Yesterday, my long time confessor and spiritual director, Father Silvan Rouse C.P., transited to Our Father's house. F ... discuss

When I found out about my good friend Shane Kapler writing a new book I was very excited! I had read Shane's first book, The God Who Is Love, when it came out. Tending the Temple: 365 Days of Spiritua ... discuss

Which one is the Real Catholic™?The Circular Catholic Firing Squad found more bullets this last week. *sigh* It appears that a Popular Catholic Blogger (whom I will not identify) called BS in the co ... discuss

Cdl. Oscar Rodríguez Maradiaga.So far up to this point, I’ve been deafened by the lack of libertarian reaction to Cdl. Oscar Rodríguez Maradiaga’s keynote speech at Catholic University of Americ ... discuss

A Hard SayingI so totally admire your love of the Catholic Church Tony. I am saddened that some of the rules I can not live with and will be joining a Lutheran one that will accept me.What could I sa ... discuss

While it’s great news that substantial political pro-life victories were won in the mid-term elections, we must now ask ourselves, “What do these victories mean for the protection of human life an ... discuss

Malawi, a southeastern African country of 13 million people, is waking up. Targeted by Western organizations for “family planning” goals that are conceived in New York, Brussels, and London, Malaw ... discuss

Last week’s Time Magazine expose, 6 Myths About Abortion, is part of the abortion industry’s rebranding effort, as they seek to move away from the always-false “pro-choice” language toward the ... discuss

By Patrick J. BuchananAsserting a legal and constitutional authority he himself said he did not have, President Obama is going rogue, issuing an executive amnesty to 4 to 5 million illegal aliens.He ... discuss

Saint Mary's Cathederal Choir - "Hail Redeemer King Divine" ... discuss

Dec 03 - Homily: St. Xavier, Missionary to the World Fr. Joachim on the life of St. Francis Xavier whose is a patron saint of the diocese of Indianapolis. Father outlines the great apostolic minist ... discuss

When Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi told Tom Brokaw on "Meet the Press" that the Catholic Church has not been able to determine when human life begins, she set off a firestorm of debate about the C ... discuss

Susannah York succumbed to cancer this past Friday at the age of 72. She is best remembered for portraying Saint Thomas More‘s daughter, Margaret More, in what is arguably the greatest Catholic fil ... discuss

The release date is now set for May 6, 2011 A.D. Hat Tip: Eric Sammons of The Divine Life ... discuss

A Sudanese girl captured and enslaved by Arab Muslim slavers in the Darfur province circa 1869 A.D.  She was forcibly converted to Islam and given the name "Bakhita" which means "lucky" in Arabic ... discuss

Legend has it that about 1,500 years ago Patrick, a native Briton of Roman parents, was stranded on the tiny island of Ynys Badrig, also known as Middle Mouse, off the north-east coast of Anglesey, no ... discuss

Good Friday - It is finished, but it is not over.“And after this Joseph of Arimathaea, being a disciple of Jesus, but secretly for fear of the Jews, besought Pilate that he might take away the body ... discuss

Jesus says many difficult things in his famous Sermon on the Mount, recorded by Matthew in the 5th chapter of his gospel.43 “You have heard that it was said, ‘Love your neighbor and hate your enem ... discuss

Not everything Biblical is Christian, part 5. See part one, two, three, and four to catch up.Part one points out that the words of Satan recorded in the Bible are not Christian doctrine. Part two show ... discuss

Almost 500 years of Catholicism and we only have two saints?  This scarcity of Pinoy saints is not because we do not have enough holy people.It is because our archive handling, an important ... discuss

(also known as Maclou or Mac'h Low and, in Latin, as Maclovius or Machutus) was the mid-6th century founder of Saint-Malo in Brittany, France. He is one of the seven founding saints of Brittany.Detail ... discuss

(c 1045 – 16 November 1093), was the sister of Edgar Ætheling, the short-ruling and uncrowned Anglo-Saxon king of England. She married Malcolm III, King of Scots, becoming his Queen consort.The dau ... discuss

When the heathen Anglo-Saxons invaded Christian Britain in the 400's, they eventually established seven kingdoms: Essex, Wessex, Sussex (East Saxons, West Saxons, and South Saxons), Mercia, Northumbri ... discuss

A young Roman noble woman of the 2nd century, an only child and convert to Christianity.Cecelia vowed her virginity to God, but her parents married her to Valerian of Trastevere. She was able to convi ... discuss

the Bishop of Rome from 88 to 99 AD. Also called Clement of Rome and Clemens Romanus, he was the fourth pope, after Anacletus, according to Catholic tradition.Few details are known about Clement's lif ... discuss

was born in Alexandria and raised a pagan, but converted to Christianity in her late teens. It is said that she visited her contemporary, the Roman Emperor Maxentius, and attempted to convince him of ... discuss

was traditionally born in Llanwngar in Pembrokshire in the late 5th century. It seems that he should not be identified with St. Cyngar of Llangefni as their feast days are different. The latter was th ... discuss

Born to the third century Roman nobility. Missionary to Gaul, the Pyrenees, and the Iberian peninsula. Worked with Saint Papoul. He converted many, including the farmer now known as Saint Honestus who ... discuss

(Greek: Ανδρέας, Andreas), called in the Orthodox tradition Protocletos, or the First-called, is a Christian Apostle and the elder brother of Saint Peter. The name "Andrew" (from Greek : ανδ ... discuss

Born in Strasbourg on September 15, 1858, he grew up in a family which was a part of the French aristocracy. Orphaned at the age of six, he and his sister Marie were brought up by their grandfather, C ... discuss

(17 July 1829 – 2 December 1910) was an Episcopalian missionary to China and Japan and later bishop. His saint's day on the Anglican calendar is 2 December.Moore was born in Richmond, Virginia, and ... discuss

The “Cross Road” with Teens Having toddlers and teenagers at the same time is just HARD, people. I dare you to try it sometime. Lest you start going on about how I’m a saint, let me ... discuss

I've been celebrating the feast day of deacon and martyr St. Lawrence. He was famous for being \"cooked\" on a grill. Having been on it for a while he finally had to say to his torturers, \"I thin ... discuss

All Saints Day is on a Saturday this year! So there should be ample time to celebrate this wonderful day in the liturgical year.Halloween, or All Hallows Eve is simply the night before the great feast ... discuss

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Found on xfatalfairytale.tumblr.comThe past two days have been about getting dressed up, going Halloween trick or treating and All Saints Day Parties, with the kids dressed up as their favorite saints ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Martin and in the US it is also Veterans Day. It seems very fitting!The feast of St. Martin because is filled with legend and mysticism and even some humor!St. Martin is a pa ... discuss

My latest article up at Catholicmom.com.Some really nice Catholic Saint ornaments for this upcoming Advent season!  Also, Catholic Deals has an Etsy Shopping Guide for Christmas!I had some lab wo ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Andrew, apostle, and martyr. St. Andrew was St. Peter's brother. St. Andrew actually heard of Jesus first and took his brother to meet him. What a wonderful example of the im ... discuss

Every year I like to update my Advent and Christmas Link list and share it with all of you on this blog.  I will be adding new pages as I find them and have them  linked up at the top for ea ... discuss

Canberra, Australia, Dec 3, 2014 / 02:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Australian bishops have declared that Dec. 7 will be a day of solidarity throughout the country with Christians in the Middle East, a ... discuss

Of the five women from the Cemetery of Choice whose deaths took place on this date, only one had an abortion perpetrated by somebody other than a physician.  Ann E. Roberts, 25 years old, submitt ... discuss

Time - to - close - the - damn - borders! From POTRBlog - CDC Says It Will Actively Monitor 65,250 Ebola Exposed Travelers Entering The USA Per Year The CDC has notified the Office of Management and ... discuss

THEOLOGY TEACHER Education: Middle/High School, FT EmployeeMount Saint Joseph Academy (Flourtown, PA)Mount Saint Joseph Academy, Flourtown, PA, a sponsored work of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, is look ... discuss

Sermon titled "Saint John of the Cross: Doctor of Detachment" given on Monday November 24, 2014. Size: 4.8 MB; duration: 14:06. ... discuss

On December 2nd the Church commemorates the life of St. Bibiana. As Tradition relates, St. Bibiana was the daughter of the Christians Flavian and Dafrosa.  Flavian was tortured and sent into exil ... discuss

Shrewsbury, England, Dec 2, 2014 / 04:04 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Alongside the Year for Consecrated Life called for by Pope Francis, the Diocese of Shrewsbury, England, is observing 2015 as a year for vo ... discuss

St. Bibiana (on the right)The saint of the day for December 2 is St. Bibiana (Vivian), who was born in the 4th century in Rome. St. Bibiana was known for her beauty, her modesty, and her chastity ... discuss

(17 July 1829 – 2 December 1910) was an Episcopalian missionary to China and Japan and later bishop. His saint's day on the Anglican calendar is 2 December.Moore was born in Richmond, Virginia, and ... discuss

PARISH EDUCATION DIRECTOR Religious Education, FT EmployeeSt Peter Catholic Church (Charlotte, NC)Parish Education Director - Faith formation Saint Peter Catholic Church, a dynamic and growing 1,700+ ... discuss

Fra Solanus - Book Log #13: Kolbe - Saint of the Immaculata Ave Maria! Fra Solanus reviews Kolbe: Saint of the Immaculata, one of a series of books edited by the late Bro. Francis M. Kalvelage, F.I ... discuss

Historically, today is the feast of St. Edmund Campion, Jesuit martyr, one of the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales, also called "the Pope's Champion".Edmund Campion was born in London on January 25, ... discuss

By Peter Kwasniewski, Ph.D. One day in New Jersey, years ago, I was standing on a train platform waiting to catch a train into New York City. Seeing beautiful and well-dressed young women waiting at t ... discuss

Born in Strasbourg on September 15, 1858, he grew up in a family which was a part of the French aristocracy. Orphaned at the age of six, he and his sister Marie were brought up by their grandfather, C ... discuss

Vatican City, Nov 30, 2014 / 03:19 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- At the opening of the Year for Consecrated Life, Pope Francis issued a challenge to consecrated men and women, inviting them to lives of courage ... discuss

TODAY we begin our year long Sunday-by-Sunday hearing of the Gospel traditionally assigned to John Mark, in whose mother’s house in Jerusalem Christians were said to have assembled and where Sai ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Andrew, apostle, and martyr. St. Andrew was St. Peter's brother. St. Andrew actually heard of Jesus first and took his brother to meet him. What a wonderful example of the im ... discuss

30 November, New Testament Today we celebrate the Feast of Saint Andrew, Apostle of our Lord Jesus Christ. Most New Testament references include him on a list of the Twelve Apostles or group him with ... discuss

(Greek: Ανδρέας, Andreas), called in the Orthodox tradition Protocletos, or the First-called, is a Christian Apostle and the elder brother of Saint Peter. The name "Andrew" (from Greek : ανδ ... discuss

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PASTORAL ASSISTANT FOR FAITH FORMATION Religious Education, FT EmployeeSt. Mary (Marysville, WA)Saint Mary Catholic Church, a 1600+ family parish in Marysville, WA is seeking a Pastoral Assistant for ... discuss

Vatican City, Nov 29, 2014 / 01:19 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Religious men and women are called to leave their “nest” and bring the Gospel to the peripheries, said Pope Francis in a video messa ... discuss

It is one thing to be clever, quite another to be wise. These two traits – guile and wisdom – are often confused in our fast paced, hurly-burly success crazed world. If you sound and act importan ... discuss

Istanbul, Turkey, Nov 29, 2014 / 08:32 am (CNA/EWTN News).- During the only public Mass of his three-day apostolic journey to Turkey, Pope Francis warned that unity without the Holy Spirit stays limit ... discuss

 The abortionist as hero: Part Two By Dave Andrusko Late-term abortionists Curtis Boyd and Glenna Halvorson-BoydYesterday, in Part One of “The abortionist as hero,” we talked about ... discuss

Rome, Italy, Nov 29, 2014 / 06:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Nov. 8 the Vatican announced the transfer of Cardinal Raymond Burke from prefect of the Apostolic Signatura, which ensures correct administrat ... discuss

Today in the Franciscan Calendar is the Feast of All Franciscan Saints.  In honor of this special Feast, let us pray the Litany of All Franciscan Saints.A Franciscan Litany of All SaintsLord, hav ... discuss

Vigil of Saint Andrew the Apostle The following is taken from Saint Andrew Daily Missal and the Marian Missal , 1945 Bio: Catholic Encyclopedia 1913 edition Today is the last day of th ... discuss

29 November, Old Testament The world had become extremely corrupt, so God instructed Noah, the son of Lamech (Genesis 5:30) to build an ark to provide security for his family and selected living crea ... discuss

Born to the third century Roman nobility. Missionary to Gaul, the Pyrenees, and the Iberian peninsula. Worked with Saint Papoul. He converted many, including the farmer now known as Saint Honestus who ... discuss

By Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director - Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionAlex SchadenbergMost people recognize that legalizing euthanasia or assisted suicide will lead to abuse with some people dying wi ... discuss

Istanbul, Turkey, Nov 28, 2014 / 09:18 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Dialogue between religious leaders and the “shared recognition of the sanctity of each human life” in bringing aid to the suffer ... discuss

Yesterday, in Part One of “The abortionist as hero,” we talked about Carol Ball, the medical director for Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, who splits her time among Pla ... discuss

Credit:  redmoonrapture.comThe ultimate submission to GodSurrender to God, and he will do everything for you.Antiphon, Liturgy of the HoursIn the last couple of posts here I have been giving my t ... discuss

Vatican City, Nov 27, 2014 / 09:23 am (CNA/EWTN News).- In his homily on Thursday Pope Francis said that although sin and corruption often seem to win out over good, Jesus gives us a promise of hope w ... discuss

was traditionally born in Llanwngar in Pembrokshire in the late 5th century. It seems that he should not be identified with St. Cyngar of Llangefni as their feast days are different. The latter was th ... discuss

LECTURER - PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY Education: University/College, FT EmployeeSaint Mary's College of California (Moraga, CA)Saint Mary's College of California Lecturer - Physics and Astronomy Closing ... discuss

Nov 26 - Homily: The Most Important Cause in the World! Father starts with giving us an overview of the life of today's Franciscan saint, St. Leonard of Port Maurice. While not well known, his work ... discuss

“It’s beginning to look a lot like ...”... that time of year when we celebrate Christmas for roughly four weeks, beginning in late November, and ending abruptly on the day following that which i ... discuss

By TITO EDWARDS | Pope Francis, The Francis Effect, and The Media - BigPulpit.com Keeping Christ in Advent – Debbie, Saints 365 How Well Do You Know Saint John Paul II? – Shaun McA ... discuss

SPANISH TEACHER Education: Elementary, FT EmployeeSaint Stanislaus Kostka Church (Sayreville, NJ)St Stanislaus Kostka School is in search of a Spanish language teacher. The individual must be able to ... discuss

"This is why the priest should be exclusively a man of God, a saint or a man who aspires to sanctity, daily given to prayer, to thanksgiving and praise, and refusing to shine in the areas where other ... discuss

was born in Alexandria and raised a pagan, but converted to Christianity in her late teens. It is said that she visited her contemporary, the Roman Emperor Maxentius, and attempted to convince him of ... discuss

Vatican City, Nov 24, 2014 / 12:05 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- God's love is the “source” and “destination” of all holiness, said Pope Francis on Nov. 24, speaking of India's newly de ... discuss

Every year I like to update my Advent and Christmas Link list and share it with all of you on this blog.  I will be adding new pages as I find them and have them  linked up at the top for ea ... discuss

Malawi, a southeastern African country of 13 million people, is waking up. Targeted by Western organizations for “family planning” goals that are conceived in New York, Brussels, and London, Malaw ... discuss

Happy Sunday! Meet Jasmine Marie, aka Jazzy, who supervises all my work, whether it be cooking or writing, she is right there beside me.Welcome to Sunday Snippets--A Catholic Carnival! We are a group ... discuss

Saint Mary's Cathederal Choir - "Hail Redeemer King Divine" ... discuss




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