Can you imagine being captured by pirates, and then taken into slavery? That’s just what happened to St. Vincent de Paul. St. Vincent was born in Ranquine, France, the son […]
St. John Chrysostom is a Doctor of the Church who lived from about 347-407. He was one of the Catholic Faith’s great theogologians. St. John was such a good preacher […]
St. Matthias is the apostle chosen to replace Judas Iscariot. Little is known of his missionary activity, but tradition states that he preached in Judea. He is credited with a Gospel and other discourses that have not been historically confirmed. His feast day is May 14.
St. Athanasius, also called Athanasius the Great and Athanasius the Confessor, was a bishop and doctor of the church. In today’s post you’ll find a short video about him.
Pope St. John Paul II had a particular devotion to St. Faustina and established Divine Mercy Sunday, which is celebrated each year on the Sunday one week after Easter Sunday. There’s more in today’s post.