What Saint Should You Ask For Help From Today?

What Saint Should You Ask For Help From Today?

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San Giovanni Paolo II

San Giovanni Paolo II, la vita di un papa santo

Perché è santo? E ‘a causa delle sue realizzazioni apostoliche, la sua vita e il suo instancabile viaggio imponente? Tutto ciò che è importante, ma non basta. San Giovanni Paolo II è sacro per un altro motivo … cerchiamo di darvi la risposta a questo video divertente. Related content: No related posts.

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man Before we get to the answer, ask yourself: What is he feeling? What do you think is going on in his heart? Blessed Martin Martinez Pascual

What Do You Think This Man Was Looking At?

A photographer, evidently. But, before we get to the more interesting answer (for those who don’t know, no cheating or looking below!), ask yourself: What is he feeling? What emotions come to mind? What do you think is going on in his heart? Who do you think this man is? I see a man enjoying […]

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The Intercession of a Saint: How St. Joseph Moved Us Across the Country and Back

Asking for a saint’s help never seemed odd to me growing up. It was like asking friends or family to pray for me. In fact, it is asking friends and family to pray for me. God wishes to help His children grow strong and help each other. He didn’t make us to passively walk the […]

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Women Doctors Of The Church: St. Catherine Of Siena

St. Catherine of Siena Catherine was born March 25, 1347 and died on April 29, 1380. Catherine was the 23rd child of Jacopo and Lapa Benincasa and was from Siena, Italy. From an early age, she made a lot of time for prayer and meditation and at the age of 18, she became a lay […]

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What love is (Thomas a Kempis)

”Love is a mighty power, a great and complete good; Love alone lightens every burden, and makes the rough places smooth. It bears every hardship as though it were nothing, and renders all bitterness sweet and acceptable. The love of Jesus is noble, and inspires us to great deeds; it moves us always to desire […]

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The Life, Prayer, and Writings of St. Teresa of Avila – Doctor of the Church

St. Teresa of Avila went through a time of conversion even after consecrating her life to God as a Carmelite sister. Like many others, she also placed her hope on temporary things, without focusing on the eternal God she followed, but one day, years after entering the convent, Jesus touched her heart and she responded […]

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Too Young to Be Saint? 10 Phrases That Prove You Wrong

In today’s world, everyone has an excuse as to why they can’t be involved in their Church, serve the poor, or spend time in prayer.   They are either too busy, too tired, too old, or too young.  Yet, God calls us to serve Him no matter what our schedules look like or what stage […]

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Monasticism The Rule Of St. Benedict: 7 Radical Values Of Catholic Monasticism

The Rule Of St. Benedict: 7 Radical Values Of Catholic Monasticism

On July 11th in the Liturgical Calendar, and on March 21st in the pre-1970 calendar, the Church celebrates the feast of St. Benedict of Nursia, father of Western Monasticism. Saint Benedict’s name has garnered more attention of late due to the conversation across the Catholic and Christian blogosphere over Rod Dreher’s best-selling book, The Benedict […]

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Saint Costumes All Saints Day

These Horrifying Saint Costume Ideas Will Freak Your Friends Out

If you think Saint costumes are boring, think again! Check out these gory, gruesome, and horrifying costumes that will have your friends talking all night long. It’s an interesting way to evangelize, but it just might work. Saint Ursula – The princess saint who was shot by an arrow while on a holy pilgrimage with […]

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The Pope Francis Minute: The Story of St. Mother Teresa

The Pope Francis Minute: Mother Teresa, the Saint of Darkness

Mother Teresa was declared a saint on September 4, 2016. In all aspects of her life, Pope Francis said in his homily, she was a “generous dispenser of divine mercy, make herself available for everyone through her welcome and defense of human life, those unborn and those abandoned.” He continued saying: “She bowed down before […]

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Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit

“Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." - Matthew 5:3 The Gospels are the first four books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. These books teach us facts about Jesus’ life and share valuable lessons we can learn...

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