Tag Archives: Saints

How are Saints “made”?

There are almost innumerable people in heaven, and anyone in heaven is a saint. So how does the Church come to recognize capital “S” Saints, and how does that process go? What’s a Blessed? This short video from St. Anthony … Continue reading

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St. Josaphat: Martyr for Unity

In the Roman Calendar of the Catholic Church, today is the feast of St. Josaphat, a patron and martyr for unity in the Church. Since our theme for this year is unity, he is a wonderful saint to teach us … Continue reading

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Saints Alive!

Happy Solemnity of All Saints! It’s the month we honor the faithful departed, those who gaze upon the face of God in Heaven–the saints–and those who have passed away, and are on their journey towards heaven–those in purgatory. The saints, … Continue reading

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Courage in the New World

Today is the feast of the North American Martyrs, 8 mainly Jesuit missionaries who served, educated and brought the Gospel to what is now Canada. Next time you’re at St. Margaret’s for Mass, look for the window of St. Isaac … Continue reading

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