A Collection Of Quotes From Martyred Saints

A Collection Of Quotes From Martyred Saints

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The Significance Of The Liturgical Colors

Infographic: The Significance Of The Liturgical Colors

The Significance Of The Liturgical Colors   More Catholic Resources On The Liturgy Related content: Infographic: Jesus And The Liturgical Year What Is The Significance Of The Paschal Candle? Here Is Your Guide To The Liturgical Year What Is The Significance Of The Priest’s Vestments? April Is Devoted To The Blessed Sacrament And The Holy […]

Reasons to Celebrate – June Feast Days

Feast days are always a cause for celebration in the Church, and June has no shortage of them. Here is a nifty calendar to help you keep track of all the opportunities to celebrate!       Related content: Saint Quote For The Feast Of The Annunciation Of The Lord Catholic Holy Days Of Obligation […]

A Collection Of Quotes From Martyred Saints St. Maximilian Kolbe

A Collection Of Quotes From Martyred Saints

Related content: 10 Quotes On Heaven From The Saints Some Of The Best Quotes From Young Saints Quotes On Prayer From Popes And Saints 10 Quotes From The Catholic Church’s 10 Newest Saints 11 Quotes From Saint Philip Neri That You Need To Read This Feast Day! 15 Martyr Saints Who Teach Us How To […]

The Blood Of The Martyrs Is The Seed Of The Church | Tertullian Quote

The Blood Of The Martyrs Is The Seed Of The Church | Tertullian Quote

The Blood Of The Martyrs Is The Seed Of The Church | Tertullian Quote   More Resources On The Martyr Saints Of The Church   Related content: The Church Must Heal Wounds | Pope Francis Quote A Collection Of Quotes From Martyred Saints The Litany Of The Most Precious Blood Of Jesus July Is Devoted […]

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Do You Pray For Persecuted Christians?

Do You Pray For Persecuted Christians?

How many of you are you praying for persecuted Christians? Related content: The Church Stands With All Who Are Persecuted 5 Steps To Pray Through The Psalms 10 Ways To Pray | Catholic Inspiration Infographic: 8 Reasons To Pray For Your Spouse Incredible Piano Concert On A Frozen Lake Is An Act Of Prayer 2 […]

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Four Practical Ways Catholics Can Embrace Martyrdom Each Day

When we think of the saints and martyrs, especially the first Christians, we struggle to conceptualize their experiences.  We don’t live in the same era, they seem “more Catholic” than us, and their level of holiness can feel unrelatable and unattainable. The magnitude of their sacrifice and their commitment to the name of Jesus can […]

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Why We Need Bl. Miguel Pro Now, More Than Ever

Why We Need Bl. Miguel Pro Now, More Than Ever

“¡Viva Cristo Rey!” These were the electric and immortal words shouted by Fr. Miguel Pro, S.J., as the virulently anti-Catholic government firing squad took aim at him, his eyes wide open and arms stretched forth in cruciform posture. Long live Christ the King! Miguel Pro was martyred for the faith at the age of 36, […]

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military chaplains Fr.Emil Kapaun Fr. Vincent Capodanno Fr. John Francis Laboon, SJ, Fr. Aloysius H. Schmitt and Fr. Joseph T. O'Callahan

4 Heroic Stories of Military Chaplains Who Went Beyond Their Call of Duty

During patriotic holidays, we are intentional in remembering the men and women who have fought for our freedom from the beginning.  In a special way, military chaplains carry out their duties displaying exemplary courage and faith. They reflect the love of Jesus to those around them, often in heartbreaking and difficult situations. In some cases, […]

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St. Thomas More

5 Things To Know About St. Thomas More

The lives of the Saints are meant to inspire and encourage us in our spiritual walk. We can look to them as examples of how to live out the faith, especially in times of great difficulty and trial. Because the list of Saints is so diverse, you are sure to stumble upon one whose life […]

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St. Charles Lwanga Saturday, June 3rd is the feast of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions. He is the patron of converts, torture victims, and the African Catholics

St. Charles Lwanga And Companions, Martyrs Of Uganda: Saints You Need To Meet

June 3rd is the feast of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions. These great saints have been officially designated as martyrs for the Catholic faith. Officially, St. Charles Lwanga is the patron of converts, torture victims, and the African Catholic Youth Action. Unofficially, it would seem he’s a perfect patron of those striving for purity and […]

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QUIZ: What Happened To The Apostles And Where Do They Rest Now?

You and I know it. We have been sent by Jesus, we have a mission and the noun that best describes what we are is: “Apostle.” The word apostle, from the Greek apostello, “to send,” “to serve,” has a very general etymological meaning. It refers to a person who has been sent, just like you […]

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15 Martyr Saints Who Teach Us How To Carry The Cross With Jesus

The lives of the saints provide us rich, beautiful sources of instruction in virtue. But there’s a particular heroism to be gleaned from stories of the martyrs. Today we present 15 saints – some well known, others, more obscure, but all are admirable for a common reason: they succeeded in carrying their cross to the […]

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5 Catholic blesseds for young people

5 Blesseds Every Catholic (Especially Young People) Should Get To Know

How often have you met a young adult and thought “Wow, they are so holy”… or looked to them as an inspiration and example for your own faith? Teens and young adults, especially those in high school or college, are notoriously stereotyped as the opposite of saintly, but there are multiple righteous examples of young […]

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Read the Powerful Testament from a Priest Who Knew He Would Be a Martyr

The Church has always been persecuted; we know this. It is constantly persecuted all around the world. Yet in recent months, the waves of this persecution have been lapping ever closer to our western world for the first time in hundreds of years. In the West, we are not used to the concept of martyrdom […]

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The Eight Stages Of Genocide...And Why Catholics Should Care

The Eight Stages Of Genocide…And Why Catholics Should Care

During a special Mass held in 2015 to mark the centenary of the Armenian Genocide, the Holy Father referred to “three massive and unprecedented tragedies” of the past century. “The first, which is widely considered the first genocide of the twentieth century, struck your own Armenian people,” he said, quoting a declaration signed in 2001 […]

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