Who Is St. John Eudes?
St. John Eudes is our patron saint. “Our wish, our object, our chief preoccupation must be to form Jesus in ourselves, to make His spirit, His devotion, His affections, His desires and His disposition live and reign there. All our religious exercises should be directed to this end. It is the work which God has given us to do unceasingly.”
St. John Eudes, The Life and Reign of Jesus in Christian Souls
The Virgin Mary
Read on for additional information on the Virgin Mary.
Who is Saint Joseph?
St. Joseph was the husband of Mary, a simple carpenter chosen by God to raise to His Son as his own. Learn more about this saint.
Who is Saint Michael and what is an Archangel?
Saint Michael is one of the Angel Saints. Saint Michael is described in scripture as one of the chief princes and leader of forces of heaven in their triumph over hell. Read more about this Angel Saint and how he is our protector.
Did you know the first Native American is Canonized?
Tekakwitha becomes the first
Native American to be canonized. Learn more about her amazing story.
Who are Peter and Paul?
Peter is the first pope of the church. Paul worked to spread the Good News. They are both saints. This movie on Peter and Paul was produced as a mini-series back in the 80's. It is nearly 3 hours long, but if you break it up it makes for additional watching. It features Anthony Hopkins and Robert Foxworth. It brings the Acts of the Apostles into every day language.
Confession of St. Augstine
Read the Confessions of St. Augustine in this free PDF.
Who is Saint Francis of Assisi?
Interested in St. Francis of Assisi? This beloved Saint and his teachings and examples are at the root of much of our Social teachings.
Were The Saints Always Saintly?
Ann Turner is in search for some "bad" saints. This makes us wonder, were the saints always saintly? Did any of them start like us?
Who was Peter?
Who is the Peter? Why is he called the Rock?
Who is Our Lady of Guadalupe?
Watch this short clip which explains who Our Lady of Guadalupe is and why she is known as the Hope of the America's and the Empress of America.
Who was Thomas Aquinas?
Thomas Aquinas is a saint and a great theologian and doctor of the faith. Fr. Barron discusses Thomas Aquinas whose Feast Day is Monday, January 28th.
Who was St. Thomas Aquinas?
He was a priest and doctor of the church. He died in 1274. Learn more about him in this article.
Enjoyed hearing about Thomas Aquinas so much you are thirsting to learn more? How about reading this free PDF of Summa Theological. You can also add this free book to your iBook Library for free.
How would you like to learn a little about all of the Saints?
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What is Fatima?
In Fatima France, Our Blessed Lady appeared to three children. The oldest child, Lucia Santos, went on to become Sister Lucia and she continued to have visions of Our Blessed Lady. The younger two children died of the Spanish Flu.
Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta