Saint of the Day

Saints Andrew Kim Taegon, Paul Chong Hasang, and Companions

The first native Korean priest, Andrew Kim Taegon was the son of Christian converts. Following his baptism at the age of 15, Andrew traveled 1,300 miles to the seminary in Macao, China.

Saint Januarius

Little is known about the life of Januarius. He is believed to have been martyred in Emperor Diocletian’s persecution of 305.

Saint Joseph of Cupertino

Joseph of Cupertino is most famous for levitating at prayer. Already as a child, Joseph showed a fondness for prayer.

Saint Robert Bellarmine

When Robert Bellarmine was ordained in 1570, the study of Church history and the fathers of the Church was in a sad state of neglect.

Saint Cornelius

There was no pope for 14 months after the martyrdom of Saint Fabian because of the intensity of the persecution of the Church. During the interval, the Church was governed by a college of priests.

Our Lady of Sorrows

For a while, there were two feasts in honor of the Sorrowful Mother: one going back to the 15th century, the other to the 17th century. For a while both were celebrated by the universal Church: one on a Friday before Palm Sunday, the other in September.

Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Early in the fourth century, Saint Helena, mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine, went to Jerusalem in search of the holy places of Christ’s life.

Listen Live

Radio Caritas Mariae
"The Mother's Touch"
Sponsor
Favorites
Daily Readings
Saint Luke, Evangelist - Feast
Saint of the Day
Saint Luke
Homily
"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