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Blessed Pope Paul VI on the Blessed Virgin Mary
Last edited 20th October 2014

As we celebrate the beatification of Pope Paul VI, let us ask the Blessed Virgin Mary to always show us the way to Jesus Christ and to continuously lead us to closer and close to Him each day of our lives. Blessed Pope Paul VI…Pray for Us.


Paul VI, Author of Humanae Vitae, Beatified by Pope
Last edited 19th October 2014

It was a symbolic morning at the Vatican which was led by three Popes: Pope Francis declared Paul VI blessed, accompanied by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI. In front of thousands of people, the Pope inscribed Paul VI in the Book of Saints: "We declare that the Venerable Servant of God Paul VI, Pope, shall henceforth be invoked as Blessed...”

Reflections on the Beatification of Paul VI
Last edited 16th October 2014

On Sunday 19 October, the Extraordinary Synod on the Family will conclude in Rome with the beatification of Pope Paul VI - the pope who instituted the Synod of Bishops and the author of Humanae Vitae. In this video, Synod participants discuss the upcoming beatification of Pope Paul VI.

Pope's Message to Bishop of Avila on St. Teresa's Feast
Last edited 15th October 2014

Here is a translation of the Message that Pope Francis sent today to the Bishop of Avila, Spain, Jesus Garcia Burillo, on the occasion of the opening of the Teresian Jubilee Year for the 5th centenary of the birth of Saint Teresa of Jesus, Doctor of the Church. The saint's liturgical Memorial is observed on October 15.

St Teresa of Avila, Doctor of the Church - Feast Day 15 October
Last edited 15th October 2014

October 15 marks the Feast Day of St Teresa of Avila, one of only three women to be declared a Doctor of the Church and to be honoured in this way.


Open to the Holy Spirit - Feast Day of St. John XXIII
Last edited 12th October 2014

11 October was the feast day of the "Good Pope", St. John XXIII. The date also marks the beginning of the Second Vatican Council in 1962, which was convoked by John XXIII. Watch this video for a reflection this great Saint, and his confidence in a Church that is open to the Holy Spirit. Do we also have this faith and trust in the Holy Church?


Obscure Saint: St Maria Bertilla Boscardin
Last edited 8th October 2014

Learn about St Maria Bertilla Boscardin, whose feast is celebrated on October 20.

New Jersey Sister First to be Beatified on US Soil
Last edited 8th October 2014

Michael Mencer should have been blind for 50 years by now. As a third grader, Mencer was diagnosed with juvenile macular degeneration and was given six months before he would completely lose his sight. Shortly after receiving a holy card and relic of Sister Miriam Teresa from his teacher, a sister of her order, his sight was inexplicably cured.


St. Thérèse of Lisieux
Last edited 1st October 2014

St. Thérèse of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face is one of the Church’s most popular saints. Thérèse was born in 1873 to Louis Martin, a watchmaker, and Zelie Guerin, a lace-maker. She was one of nine children, four of whom died very young.

Evidence Collected for Father Tolton's Sainthood Cause Heads to Vatican
Last edited 30th September 2014

With prayers, songs and sealing wax, Cardinal Francis E. George of Chicago formally closed the investigation into the life and virtues of Father Augustus Tolton Sept. 29 in a ceremony in the St. James Chapel at the Archbishop Quigley Center.


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