Saint of the Day

Saint John XXIII

Although few people had as great an impact on the 20th century as Pope John XXIII, he avoided the limelight as much as possible. Indeed, one writer has noted that his “ordinariness” seems one of his most remarkable qualities.

Saint Francis Borgia

Today’s saint grew up in an important family in 16th-century Spain, serving in the imperial court and quickly advancing in his career.

Saint Denis and Companions

This martyr and patron of France are regarded as the first bishop of Paris.

Saint John Leonardi

“I am only one person! Why should I do anything? What good would it do?” Today, as in any age, people seem plagued with the dilemma of getting involved.

Our Lady of the Rosary

Saint Pius V established this feast in 1573. The purpose was to thank God for the victory of Christians over the Turks at Lepanto—a victory attributed to the praying of the rosary.

Saint Bruno

This saint has the honor of having founded a religious order which, as the saying goes, has never had to be reformed because it was never deformed.

Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska

Saint Faustina’s name is forever linked to the annual feast of the Divine Mercy, the Divine Mercy chaplet, and the Divine Mercy prayer recited each day at 3 p.m. by many people.

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