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  • St. James

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    St. James Feast Day: July 25   At first glance, the two images look nothing alike. One, a man on horseback, uses his sword to strike a fatal blow to a fearful looking man, crouching below. The other: a peaceful pilgrim standing with staff in … read more

  • Sister Margaret Mary Alacoque

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    Sister Margaret Mary AlacoqueFeast Day: June 6 Striving to share in the sadness of Christ when he was abandoned by his apostles, Sister Margaret, Apostle of the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, would lay face down on the floor in prayer during… read more

  • St. Thomas More

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    St. Thomas MoreFeast Day: June 22   An exceptional lawyer who embraced a philosophy of compassion and equality, Thomas More was a Londoner and devout Catholic. Originally drawn to monastic life, his father ordered him to get married and his… read more

  • St. Boniface

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    St. BonifaceFeast Day: June 5 Armed with a papal letter and the formidable seal of the leader of the Franks, Boniface the scholar dauntlessly declared war on the traditions of the Norse gods in 722. Wielding an axe, he once fearlessly attacked the… read more

  • St. Joan of Arc

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    St. Joan of ArcFeast Day: May 30   Fearlessly charging into battle beneath a white and gold banner emblazoned with holy icons, Joan of Arc holds a remarkable place in history as well as the hearts of the faithful. Born on the feast of the Epiphany… read more

  • Saint Philip Neri

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    Saint Philip NeriFeast Day: May 26   Known for his wisdom, spontaneity, and extraordinary sense of humor, Philip Neri is a perfect fit for being the patron saint of joy. As a young boy growing up in Florence during the 1500s, he developed a delightful sense of humor… read more

  • St. James the Lesser

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    St. James the LesserFeast Day May 3   James the Lesser, meaning younger, is traditionally celebrated as being the author of a letter in the New Testament. His mother is thought to have been a sister or close relative of the Blessed Virgin Mary… read more

  • St. Catherine of Siena

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    St. Catherine of SienaApril 29Though at the time He said nothing to her, six-year-old Catherine would never forget the encounter she had of Our Lord in 1353. She beheld a vision of Him attired in papal robes and smiling at her from above the church, … read more

  • St. Vincent Ferrer

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    St. Vincent FerrerApril 5As a child, Vincent showed signs of great academic ability and devotion to the Lord. He joined the Dominicans in 1367, and only a few years later began teaching philosophy at the famous university in Catalonia, Spain. After ordination he… read more

  • St. Francis of Paola

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    St. Francis of Paola Feast Day: April 2   Humble farmers in southern Italy during the 1400s, Giacomo and Vienna prayed for years that their marriage might be blessed with a child. At last, after they made a vow to St. Francis of Assisi, their… read more

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