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Pope Francis puts priest, three religious women, two laywomen on path...
Each now needs a miracle attributed to his or her intercession to be approved by the Vatican in order to be beatified
Pope Francis: What is spiritual consolation? The saints explain
“False consolation can become a danger if we seek it obsessively as an end in itself, forgetting the Lord"
Martin de Porres and Rupert Mayer
Both Martin and Rupert were rooted in the person and message of Jesus and were not afraid to take on the racism and fascism of their times
Photos: Filipino children mark All Saints’ Day with ‘parade of saints’
The Church encourages parents to dress their children like saints to create a deeper awareness of the lives of holy men and women
Pope Francis canonizes St. Artemide Zatti and St. Giovanni Battista Scalabrini
The two saints were both born in Italy and ministered to others amid the massive emigration of hundreds of thousands of Italians
Pope John Paul I reminds us of the essence of the...
The beatification of John Paul I is an invitation to rediscover the humility that allows the virtues of faith, hope and charity
Garden and fields, paths to holiness
There is no lack of saints upon whom we can call upon to help us in our task of working with our hands in the gardens or the fields
First married couple to be beatified together featured at World Meeting...
Blessed Luigi and Maria Beltrame Quattrocchi are the official patrons of the 10th World Meeting of Families in Rome on June 22-26
Pope Francis advances sainthood cause of Filipino archbishop, declares him ‘venerable’
Archbishop Teofilo Camomot, who was ordained a bishop in 1955, was known on the island of Cebu in the Philippines for his spiritual gifts
How a Hindu became the first layperson in India to be...
Devasahayam Pillai, from what is now the southern state of Tamil Nadu, converted to Catholicism in 1745 while working at the royal palace
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