Saint of the Day

Saint Francis of Assisi

The patron saint of Italy, Francis of Assisi was a poor little man who astounded and inspired the Church by taking the gospel literally—not in a narrow fundamentalist sense, but by actually following all that Jesus said and did, joyfully, without limit, and without a sense of self-importance.

Saint Theodora Guérin

Trust in God’s Providence enabled Mother Theodore to leave her homeland, sail halfway around the world, and found a new religious congregation.

Feast of the Guardian Angels

Perhaps no aspect of Catholic piety is as comforting to parents as the belief that an angel protects their little ones from dangers real and imagined.

Saint Thérèse of Lisieux

“I prefer the monotony of obscure sacrifice to all ecstasies. To pick up a pin for love can convert a soul.”

Saint Jerome

Most of the saints are remembered for some outstanding virtue or devotion which they practiced, but Jerome is frequently remembered for his bad temper!

Saints Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael

Angels—messengers from God—appear frequently in Scripture, but only Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael are named.

Saint Wenceslaus

If saints have been falsely characterized as “otherworldly,” the life of Wenceslaus stands as an example to the contrary: He stood for Christian values in the midst of the political intrigues which characterized 10th-century Bohemia.

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"We are called to become FFI. FULL OF and FOOL FOR THE IMMACULATE. WE ARE ALL F F I"
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