Saint of the Day

Saint Wolfgang of Regensburg

Wolfgang was born in Swabia, Germany, and was educated at a school located at the abbey of Reichenau.

Saint Alphonsus Rodriguez

Tragedy and challenge beset today’s saint early in life, but Alphonsus Rodriguez found happiness and contentment through simple service and prayer.

Saint Narcissus of Jerusalem

Life in second-and third-century Jerusalem couldn’t have been easy, but Saint Narcissus managed to live well beyond 100. Some even speculate he lived to 160.

Saints Simon and Jude

Jude is so named by Luke and Acts. Matthew and Mark call him Thaddeus. He is not mentioned elsewhere in the Gospels, except of course where all the apostles are mentioned.

Blessed Bartholomew of Vicenza

Dominicans honor one of their own today, Blessed Bartholomew of Vicenza. This was a man who used his skills as a preacher to challenge the heresies of his day.

Saint Peter of Alcantara

Peter was a contemporary of well-known 16th-century Spanish saints, including Ignatius of Loyola and John of the Cross. He served as confessor to Saint Teresa of Avila.

Saint Antônio de Sant’Anna Galvão

God’s plan in a person’s life often takes unexpected turns which become life-giving through cooperation with God’s grace.

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Homily of Rev. Fr. Joey D. Gonzaga, SThD