Tag Archives: Saints

Priceless Religious Relic Found in Tennessee Mobile Home

Just for the record, I haven’t given up blogging.  It has been a wee bit stressful around here, and I still have a lot on my plate. But I am going to start blogging something everyday beginning on Monday even … Continue reading

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Pope Benedict’s Three Step Plan to Become a Saint

Pope Benedict reminds us that we are all called to be holy. We are all called by  Christ to become Saints. Excerpt. “What does it mean to be saints? Who is called to be a saint? Often it is thought … Continue reading

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Saint of the Day: Vincent Ferrer

St. Vincent Ferrer (1350-1419) was born in Valencia, Spain, and died in Vannes, Britany. He was a great scholar and became Master of Theology — he knew the entire Bible by heart. He was also a great preacher, preaching throughout … Continue reading

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Saint of the Day: Isidore, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

“St. Isidore, who succeeded his brother St. Leander as Archbishop of Seville,       was one of the great bishops of the seventh century. He was proficient in all brances of knowledge and was regarded as one of the most learned men … Continue reading

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Saint of the Day: Toribio de Mogrovejo, Bishop

VIA Catholic News Agency. Excerpt                                                     Catholics in Latin America and throughout the world will celebrate the life and ministry of St. Turibius of Mogrovejo on March 23. The 16th century bishop upheld the rights of Peru’s indigenous peoples, and became … Continue reading

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Saint of the Day: St. Cyril of Jerusalem

St. Cyril, who is a Doctor and Father of the Church, is one of my favorite saints. Cyril, bishop of Jerusalem, was banished from his see on three occasions. With St. Athanasius and others, he belongs to the great champions … Continue reading

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Einstein Was Right, You Can Bilocate

The UK newspaper, The Independent, asserts that Eisntein was right, you can be in two places at once. “A device that exists in two different states at the same time, and coincidentally proves that Albert Einstein was right when he … Continue reading

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Messengers of God

Today is the feast day of the three arch Angels that are named in Holy Scripture: St. Michael, St. Gabriel, and St. Raphael.  Contrary to popular belief, they are not sweet sentimental cherubs. In scripture one of the first things … Continue reading

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Why I Am Catholic

This video gives a few of the reasons that I am Catholic to the core. H/T Deacon Greg

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Saint of the Day

“The first canonized saint of the Western Hemisphere, Rose of Lima (1586-1617) might also be considered a type of the special vocation of contemplative-in-the-world. Inspired by the example of St. Catherine of Siena, Rose became a Dominican lay tertiary and … Continue reading

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