“…blessings and graces of 2011 St Melania’s holy life can help us reflect about how well we have used our time…”
Today, 28 Nov 2011, in some parts of the world the feast day of St Catherine Laboure is celebrated.
Today, 23 Nov 2011, the Church remembers an early Pope, St Clement I, who knew St Peter and others of the Apostles.
Because she was from a noble family, she was obliged to marry even though her greatest desire was to have Jesus as her only spouse.
St Lawrence O’Toole was born into a powerful family in County Kildare in 1128. When he was 10 years old St Lawrence was taken hostage by the King of Leinster.
Today, 12 Nov 2011, the Church places before us the memorial of St Josaphat. Since there are many amazing saints who only qualify for an optional memorial in the Universal Calendar, holy Mother Church obviously considers St Josaphat very important.
Today, 25 Oct 2011, the Church recalls the life and ministry of St Gaudentius, the eighth bishop of Brescia. He died around the year 410
yet it is not only to St Luke that we owe a debt of gratitude, but also to the countless nameless ones who accurately copied these New Testament writings by hand over the centuries.
CatholicOnline.com has a wonderful wealth of information on all things Catholic. They have excellent information on Catholic Saints and we strongly recommend this website! Today, we’re featuring Peter Gonzales, “also known as St. Elmo or St. Telmo, was born to a Castilian family of nobility. He was educated by his uncle, the Bishop ...