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Did Nossa Senhora da Nazaré save me and my crew, Anna and Ger, from drowning in the Bay of Biscay? One cannot know these things, but it feels to me that
My daughter who was having a baby had a condition that she got after having a emergency caesarean. She had already lost one baby when a friend found out
There are so many churches in Brescia but we enjoyed this one so much. There was an old man and he was happy to explain everything. We spend almost an
Saint Joseph, Spouse of the Mother of God, Chaste guardian of the Virgin, Foster-father of the Son of God
Prayer To Saint Michael The Archangel Composed by Pope Leo XIII
Saint Michael, Archangel. This great prince is the general patron and protector of the holy Catholic Church.
St. Anne, the holy mother of Mary, the Mother of God, and spouse of St. Joachim.
Saint Joachim, father of the Blessed Virgin Mary and spouse of holy St. Anne
Defenders of Christendom is filled with amazing stories of little-known Catholic heroes presenting spectacles of bravery and valor never exceeded in all the annals of history.
Authentic documents, quoted by Ruinart, induce us to believe that the martyrdom of Saint Genesius took place at Rome, at the beginning of Diocletian’s reign, about the year 285.
Saint Blase was a native of the city of Sebaste, in Armenia, and in his younger days applied himself to the study of philosophy,
Saint Quirinus, bishop of Siscia, in Croatia, martyr for Christ.
Saint Theodorus, who belonged to the military profession, and was a most exemplary Christian.
Saint Cyril was born at Caesarea, and, while yet a child became a Christian, in consequence of which he was maltreated
Saint Alban was an Englishman, and a pagan by birth. He lived during the time of the persecution of Diocletian.
It is believed that Saint Irenaeus was born in the city of which he was afterwards bishop;
Saint Gordius, who was born in the third century, followed the military profession, and obtained the rank of centurion, or captain.
Cardinal Orsi relates that in the city of Cibales, Saint Pollio was presented to the governor, Probus, who asked him whether he was a Christian.
Saint Arcadius was a native of Africa, and most probably suffered in Caesarea, the capital of Mauritania
Saint Febronia, almost from her infancy, had dedicated her virginity to Jesus Christ; and, having become a religious, led a life of the most perfect sanctity.
Saint Crisina was held in high veneration all though Africa and is honored by St Augustine in various parts of his works
St Euplius obtained the crown of martyrdom in Sicily during the persecution of Diocletian and Macimian.
There is no denying that Charlemagne’s rule was like a beacon shining out of the dark ages lighting the way to the great triumphs of the thirteenth century
By the example of St Theodotus we are taught the important lesson, that there is no state of life in which a man may not become a saint.
Saint Afra was a citizen of Augsburg, in Bavaria. It is believed that she, together with her mother and entire family, was converted by the holy bishop, Saint Narcissus.
Saint Adalbert was born in Bohemia, of noble parentage, about the middle of the tenth century.
These popular Catholic books are already in use by many Catholic schools and home school programs, and are very popular with children. Our youth need heroes who are inspirational role models.
Learning to Love God. The purpose of this book is to present God to young readers in order to make Him known and loved. It is necessary to know God to love Him
This image has wrought so many miracles in this church, that it is called Our Lady of Power, though it is dedicated to Saint Christopher
Our Lady of Miracles Rome. A man who had lost his money gaming blasphemed this picture, stabed it with a dagger, causing it to bleed copiously
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