Saint Denis

Denis

Bishop of Paris, martyred along with his deacons Rusticus and Eleutherius in about 275.

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Saint Pelagia the Penitent

Pelagia

St. Pelagia was a well-known actress (some say prostitute) of Antioch. One day, with a throng of boys and girls dressed in gold she passed, sitting on a donkey and beautifully attired in gold, pearls and precious stones, close to where a group of bishops were in open-air conference. All the ...

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Our Lady of the Rosary

ROSARY

Apart from the signal defeat of the Albigensian heretics at the battle of Muret in 1213 which legend has attributed to the recitation of the Rosary by St. Dominic, it is believed that Heaven has on many occasions rewarded the faith of those who had recourse to this devotion in times of special ...

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St. Faustina Kowalska

Faustina

Saint Faustina Kowalska, an apostle of the Divine Mercy, belongs today to the group of the most popular and well-known saints of the Church. Through her the Lord Jesus communicates to the world the great message of God's mercy and reveals the pattern of Christian perfection based on trust in ...

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Saint Mother Theodore Guerin

Saint-Mother-Theodore-Guerin

St. Mother Theodore (Anne-Therese) Guerin was born October 2, 1798, in Etables, France. She entered the Sisters of Providence of Ruille-sur-Loir in 1823. Mother Theodore educated children and cared for the sick poor in France for 17 years. In 1840, in response to a request from the bishop of ...

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Saint Therese of Lisieux

Therese

Saint Therese of Lisieux (1873-1897), The Little Flower of Jesus, Doctor of the Church. St. Therese of Lisieux was the ninth child of saintly parents, Louis and Zélie Martin, both of whom had wished to consecrate their lives to God in the cloister. The vocation denied them was given to their ...

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Saint Jerome

Jerome

Saint Jerome (Eusebius Hieronymus), c.347-420, was a Father of the Church and Doctor of the Church, whose great work was the translation of the Bible into Latin, the edition known as the Vulgate. He was born at Stridon on the borders of Dalmatia and Pannonia (roughly modern Slovenia & Croatia) ...

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St. Michael, St. Gabriel, & St. Raphael – The Archangels

Angels

Angels—messengers from God—appear frequently in Scripture, but only Michael, Gabriel and Raphael are named. The memorials of Gabriel (March 24) and Raphael (October 24) were added to the Roman calendar in 1921. The 1970 revision of the calendar joined their feasts to Michael's.

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Saint Wenceslaus

Saint

Saint Wenceslaus is also the patron saint of: Bohemia, brewers, and Moravia. St. Wenceslaus had taken the vow of virginity and was known for his virtues and was martyred by his own brother.

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Saint Vincent De Paul

dePaul

Saint Vincent De Paul (1580-1660) Apostle of Charity, French priest, founder of the Congregation of the Mission

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