10 Saints Who Had A Deep Devotion To Mary

10 Saints Who Had A Deep Devotion To Mary

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Meet five individuals who are possibly going to become saints and be inspired by the lives that lived with conviction.

5 Causes For Sainthood You Need To Know About

We are all called to sainthood, aren’t we? But somehow, when reading about the saints, we can easily feel distant, different from these great figures who experienced hardships, fought against oppression, founded religious communities, endured torture for the Name of Jesus, and even died for their faith. Their stories inspire us with awe in the […]

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4 Saints To Inspire Us To Take Care Of The Earth

4 Saints Who Inspire Us To Take Care Of The Earth Related content: Quotes On Friendship From Your Favorite Books! The Task Of Every Man And Woman How To Make The Most Of Holy Week 15 Off The Beaten Path Catholic Artists To Add To Your Playlist What Does The Salvation Of Man Depend On? […]

What can we learn from the life of St. Julie Billiart? She teaches us that all can become saints if we strive for it!

St. Julie Billiart And Bite-Size Sainthood

Modeling our lives after those of the saints can sometimes feel like a formidable task. We count the ways it seems impossible in the 21st century. We examine the actions of the holiest saints and wonder how we could ever compare. We’re juggling so many balls as it is—how could we possibly add “become a […]

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Drink to good health!  That was the cry of saints as they have served mugs of beer to the sick. The church has used beer to fight disease.  

The Saints Who Saved Lives With Beer

Drink to good health!  That has been the cry of saints and popes as they have served mugs of beer to the sick.  In times of plague, members of the church have used beer to fight disease.   St. Arnold of Soissons         St. Arnold of Soissons (1040-1087) was the abbot of a monastery in Brussels. He […]

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Most Pastors Don’t Know They Can Do This For Their Parish

This weekend, I’m doing something a bit unconventional, something that many priests may not realize they have the authority to do. I’m moving the feast of our patron saint, St. Francis of Assisi, to Sunday Mass. Now, you might wonder why we have the power to do this. Well, it’s not just about convenience, though […]

How can you fully experience Divine Mercy? Do these three things to help you every day of the year, not only on Divine Mercy Sunday

3 Ways To Experience Divine Mercy

How To Experience Divine Mercy Go to Confession Read the Diary of St. Faustina Pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy at 3pm Learn more about Divine Mercy Sunday HERE! Related content: What Kind Of Laity Do We Need? The Task Of Every Man And Woman The Solemnity Of The Annunciation | Pope Francis Quote 6 […]

Imagine having this many saints in your family lineage! Praise God! St. Eusebia and family, pray for us! Learn more about Saint Eusebia

St. Eusebia’s Amazing Family Tree

Imagine having this many saints in your family lineage! Praise God! St. Eusebia’s Family Tree More About St. Eusebia Of Hamage Related content: Why Do These Nuns Spend Four Hours Of Every Day Singing? Sr. Gianna’s Beautiful Explanation The Task Of Every Man And Woman Embrace Silence During Holy Week (And Improve Your Mental Health!) […]

I received a text from a producer friend of mine with an opportunity to be part of the crew for a film called “Triumph of the Heart.”

An Inside Look At What It’s Like To Film A Catholic Movie About A Saint

On one of the last chilly mornings of October, I received a text from a producer friend of mine, telling me that there was a an opportunity to be part of the crew for a film called “Triumph of the Heart.” For someone laying upside down on their bed, sponging fallen nutella off their sweatshirt […]

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St. John Paul II Quote Holy Thursday

Holy Thursday: The Mystery Of Love Entrusted

The washing of the feet and the sacrament of the Eucharist: two expressions of one and the same mystery of love entrusted to the disciples, so that, Jesus says, “as I have done… so also must you do” (Jn 13: 15). – St. John Paul II *Amazon Affiliate Links Help The Ministry Of Catholic-Link.org at […]

Quotes by Saint Vincent Ferrer who was a priest from Spain who lived in the 14th century.  His missionary work is attributed to leading

5 Quotes From St. Vincent Ferrer & 5 Facts About His Life That Will Help You Grow Closer To Jesus

Saint Vincent Ferrer was a priest from Spain who lived in the 14th century.  His missionary work is attributed to leading thousands of people in Europe to the Catholic faith.  His feast day is celebrated on April 5th and the life of this saint continues to lead people closer to Jesus Christ.  Check out these 5 […]

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I will go anywhere and do anything in order to communicate the love of Jesus. - ST. FRANCES CABRINI

St. Frances Cabrini Quote

I will go anywhere and do anything in order to communicate the love of Jesus. – St. Frances Cabrini Image created by: @thestumpofjesse Related content: God’s Answer To The Problem Of Suffering Who Is The Master Of These Beautiful Things The Task Of Every Man And Woman Catholic Books To Give & Read 55 Catholic […]

Get to know these Catholic women who inspire us to grow in holiness and also show that the Church loves women!

5 Catholic Women We Should Be Talking About More Often

First things first. When I embarked on the quest to find Catholic women, who are not saints or blesseds, I was prepared for surprises. Many of us know our holy and inspiring women saints (Saint Catherine of Sienna, Saint Rita, Saint Therese, Saint Edith Stein… I could go on and on), and some of us […]

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St. John the Baptist bible study

What St. John The Baptist Teaches Us About Expectations | Catholic Bible Study

This is what John the Baptist proclaimed: “One mightier than I is coming after me.I am not worthy to stoop and loosen the thongs of his sandals.I have baptized you with water; he will baptize you with the Holy Spirit.” It happened in those days that Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and was baptized in the Jordan […]

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We must stand up for the rights of our neighbour who is suffering from injustice; we must defend them all the more vigorously because we see Jesus present in them. Surely this is our duty because of our love for others for his sake. We have no right to be 'sleeping watchmen' or dumb watch-dogs. Whenever we see evil we must sound the alarm." –Saint Charles de Foucauld

When Catholics See Evil, Sound The Alarm | St. Charles de Foucauld

We must stand up for the rights of our neighbour who is suffering from injustice; we must defend them all the more vigorously because we see Jesus present in them. Surely this is our duty because of our love for others for his sake. We have no right to be ‘sleeping watchmen’ or dumb watch-dogs. […]

Many of the Saints had a devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus that all Catholics are asked to grow in during January. Meet them in this article

9 Saints Who Devoted Themselves To The Holy Name Of Jesus

Family movie night. We hadn’t watched a movie with my 19-year-old daughter for months. Her boyfriend was there too and as we pushed “play,” I relished the first satisfying crunch of popcorn and snuggled under a plush blanket next to my husband. The movie was just the kind I like. Time travel. Touching family dynamics. […]

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Do You Look Forward To Trials And Crosses With Fear? | St. Francis de Sales

Do not look forward to the trials and crosses of this life and fear. Rather, look to them with full confidence that, as they arise, God, to whom you belong, will deliver you from them. He has guided and guarded you this far in life. Do you but hold fast to His hand, and he […]

What are the Holy Days of Obligation in 2024 for Catholics in the United States

A Catholics Guide To Living 2024: Quotes, Devotions, & Resources For A New Year!

Start 2024 strong by committing to grow in your Catholic faith and answering the call to be devoted to daily prayer. Our Catholic Guide to 2024 will lead you with the quotes, monthly devotions, and intentions to help you stay motivated each month of the year. Save or print this article so that you can […]

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Who was St. Lucia

The Meaning Of Saint Lucia (St. Lucy)

Who Was St. Lucy? St Lucia is an early Christian martyr with a story that brings us many traditions on her feast day, December 13th. From the Swedish procession led by a young girl wearing a crown of candles to an eldest daughter serving their families sweet treats. She is also one of the eight […]

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The Story Of St. Nicholas

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The Mystery Of The Poor | Dorothy Day

“The mystery of the poor is this: That they are Jesus, and what you do for them you do for Him. It is the only way we have of knowing and believing in our love. The mystery of poverty is that by sharing in it, making ourselves poor in giving to others, we increase our […]

St. Albert the Great, Pray for us

St. Albert The Great Quote

Image Created By: Defy Designs St. Albert The Great Quotes “The surest and quickest way to attain perfection, is to strive, for purity of heart. Once the obstacles have been removed, God finds a clear path and does wonders, both in and through the soul.” – St. Albert the Great “Above all, one should accept […]

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St. Martin Of Tours, Pray For Us

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Saint Charles Borromeo pray for us

St. Charles Borromeo, Pray For Us!

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St. Martin De Porres | 8 Facts To Know

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Play our Guess That Catholic Saint quiz with your friends and family. It's a fun way to test your knowledge and learn something new!

Guess That Saint! QUIZ

How well do you know the Saints? Take our quiz to test your knowledge of some of the newest saints in the Catholic church and some who have been around for ages! Press the blue Start button to play now! This Saint lived during the 1800’s in France. As a Carmelite nun, she spent a […]

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Holy Week To-Do List For Catholics

Holy Week To-Do List Go to Confession. Forgive people. Help others. Clean your house and your mind. Spend time in silence reflecting on the sacrifice Christ made for you. Stay strong in your Lenten fast. Learn about Holy Thursday. Learn about Good Friday. Learn about...

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