Saint of the Day

Saint Luke

Luke wrote one of the major portions of the New Testament, a two-volume work comprising the third Gospel and Acts of the Apostles.

Saint Ignatius of Antioch

Born in Syria, Ignatius converted to Christianity and eventually became the bishop of Antioch.

Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque

Margaret Mary was chosen by Christ to arouse the Church to a realization of the love of God symbolized by the heart of Jesus.

Saint Teresa of Avila

Teresa lived in an age of exploration as well as political, social, and religious upheaval. It was the 16th century, a time of turmoil and reform. She was born before the Protestant Reformation and died almost 20 years after the closing of the Council of Trent.

Blessed Carlo Acutis

Born in London and raised in Milan, Carlo’s wealthy parents were not particularly religious. Upon receiving his first communion at age seven, Carlo became a frequent communicant, making a point of praying before the tabernacle before or after every Mass.

Blessed Marie-Rose Durocher

Canada was one diocese from coast to coast during the first eight years of Marie-Rose Durocher’s life. Its half-million Catholics had received civil and religious liberty from the English only 44 years before.

Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos

Zeal as a preacher and a confessor led Father Seelos to works of compassion as well.

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"We are called to become FFI. FULL OF and FOOL FOR THE IMMACULATE. WE ARE ALL F F I"
Homily of Rev. Fr. Joey D. Gonzaga, SThD