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— Born into a family of nobility, St. Ignatius (1491-1556) was a soldier whose physical prowess led him through many battles. His life took a turn when his leg was shattered at the Battle of Pamplona. During recovery he read about the life of Christ and lives of the saints, which prompted his conversion and […]
— Saints Martha, Mary, and Lazarus are mentioned in Scripture as being close friends of Jesus. After the death of Lazarus, Martha would profess: “Yes, Lord; I believe that you are the Christ, the Son of God, he who is coming into the world.” (Jn 11:27)
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— Today we honor the parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Devotion to Saints Joachim and Anne is an extension of the veneration due the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God.
— St. James was called by Christ while fishing on the sea of Galilee with his brother John the Evangelist. Saint James was one of three Apostles who witnessed the Transfiguration and Agony at Gethsemane and also the first of the Apostles to be martyred. — The well-traveled pilgrimage to the apostle’s shrine, known as […]
— Born in a Lebanese mountain village, St. Sharbel (1828-1898) was a Maronite priest and hermit-monk. Originally revered among Lebanese Christians, his reputation for holiness (and many miracles) spread throughout the world, leading countless pilgrims to his tomb. — While only some are called to the hermit life, that which St. Sharbel practiced -contemplative silence, […]
— St. Thomas Aquinas named her ‘apostle to the apostles’… all four gospels identify Mary as a prime witness to the Resurrection and she was asked by Jesus himself to announce the news to the Apostles.
— St. Apollinaris was one of the first great martyrs of the church. According to tradition, he was consecrated Bishop of Ravenna by St. Peter during the reign of Emperor Claudius. Apollinaris preached the Good News and worked miracles, and although many converted to the faith, he also provoked the ire of idolaters.
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