Saints

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  • Living the Message of Fatima 100 Years Later

    by Fr. Edward Looney

    2017 is an exciting year for Catholics who have a devotion to the Blessed Mother. Like every year, May is a very important month for Marian devotion, with May crowning and celebrating Marian feasts. This year, May 13 has special importance because it… read more

  • The Little Way at Home

    by Fr. Dwight Longenecker

    I first met Thérèse of Lisieux when I was an Anglican priest. I had three months free between jobs and decided to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem from England. One of my first stops was in the French town of Lisieux.   I knew of St… read more

  • Meeting Mother Teresa

    by Susie Lloyd

    Mother Teresa passed into eternal life in 1997. Many people had the good fortune to meet her personally, but I never did.  Or did I?    On a family visit to Washington, D.C., in 2007, our missionary friend, Patrick, took us to an … read more

  • Prayer to the Saints

    by Msgr. Stewart Swetland, STD

    Q: Dear Father, I am a “cradle Catholic” who is dating an evangelical Christian from a “mega church” background (although I believe his extended family includes both Baptists and Methodists). He attends Mass with me often… read more

  • Feed the Poor from Your Garden

    by Margaret Rose Realy, Obl. OSB

    As you get ready to harvest your garden for the summer and reap its fruits, learn more about an unknown saint who is the patron saint of gardeners. He is especially popular with those who develop private… read more

  • John Paul the Great

    by Patrick Novecosky

    Everyone expected me to be nervous. Everyone except my mother, of course. I even expected to be a little anxious. After all, you don’t come face-to-face with a living saint every day.   I was 29 years old when I met John Paul II for the … read more

  • Do You Believe in Miracles?

    by Susie Lloyd

    In 1974, Robert Gutherman was a 14-year-old youth, one of 11 children growing up in the shadow of St. Katharine Drexel’s convent in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. He and his brothers had often served mass for the sisters. Though not yet declared venerable at… read more

  • St. Joseph & The Mass

    by Fr. Richard Breyer

    With Pope Francis’ recent declaration that the name of St. Joseph be added to the four Eucharistic Prayers, alongside the Blessed Virgin Mary, few were aware of the fascinating background of his decision.   During Vatican II, an aged Bishop … read more

  • Our Lady of the Rosary

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    Our Lady of the RosaryFeast Day: October 7th When the Holy League fleet of Christian allied forces (the Papacy, Spain, the Republic of Venice, Knights Hospitaller and several others) defeated the Ottoman Empire’s war ships in the Mediterranain… read more

  • St. Thérèse of Lisieux

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    St. Thérèse of LisieuxFeast Day: October 1st   The youngest daughter of a watchmaker, Thérèse wrote that her earliest childhood memories were filled with “smiles and tender caresses.” However, when she was… read more

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