Canonized in 1665 and declared a doctor of the church in 1877, Francis is the patron saint of journalists, authors and the deaf.
When Pope John Paul II canonized her in 1982, she became Canada’s first woman saint.
PUSH is an acronym for “Pray Until Something Happens” and St. Genevieve, the patron saint of Paris, certainly did “PUSH.”
FESTIVIDAD: 3 DE ENERO PUSH es un acrónimo de “Pray Until Something Happens”, o “Oren hasta que algo suceda”, sin duda Santa Genoveva, patrona de París, […]
Feast day: Dec. 13 The moral virtue of courage, or fortitude, enables us to stand firm in times of difficulty and to persevere in doing good. […]
FEAST DAY: NOV. 13 St. Frances was born in Italy in 1850. Although she tried to join two religious orders as a young woman, her true […]
“If I do not bear witness to the truth, I render myself unworthy of my office as a bishop. If I bow to men’s will, what shall I find to answer Christ on the day of the Judgment?” St. Philip of Moscow
Feast day: June 3 AN EVIL KING AND THE ONES WHO STOOD UP TO HIM Evil kings torturing and killing the young men of their court […]