Father Carl Lampert, an Austrian priest who was killed by the Nazis in 1944, was beatified in his native country on 13 November 2011. Pope Benedict XVI has praised his example - visit this article to read the Pope's words!
On 17 November the Catholic Church celebrates the feast of St. Elizabeth of Hungary - a Princess who became a Saint! Watch this video to find out more.
On 16 November we celebrate the feast day of St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland - a woman who is a true example of the evangelization of culture. Watch this video to find out more.
On Nov. 16, Roman Catholics celebrate the feast of St. Margaret of Scotland, the queen whose devotion, charity and defense of the faith made her one of the land's patron saints. Visit this article to read her story!
Many people think that science and religion are in conflict with one another - but this isn't true! In fact, some of the greatest scientists in history were priests - one of them being St. Albert the Great! Watch this video to reflect on the message of St. Albert, as we celebrate his feast day on 15 November.
According to Filipino bishops, the Vatican has officially attributed a miracle to the Filipino martyr, Blessed Pedro Calungsod. This miracle has paved the way for his canonization. The 17 year old Filipino was beatified in the year 2000 by Pope John Paul II. The miracle deals with a woman who was declared brain dead, but was inexplicably cured just a few hours later.
Happy St. Patrick's Day! The beautiful prayer of St. Patrick, popularly known as "St. Patrick's Breast-Plate", is supposed to have been composed by him in preparation for this victory over Paganism. Here is a literal translation from the old Irish text:
Do you sincerely believe in the Easter story? In the midst of the joy of Easter, it can be difficult to acknowledge doubt. But the redemptive story of Thomas declares that doubt has long been a part of Easter. Watch this video, and question yourself... do you believe?
On November 11, the Catholic Church honors St. Martin of Tours, who left his post in the Roman army to become a “soldier of Christ." Martin was born around the year 316 in modern-day Hungary into a pagan family. An unexpected encounter with Christ while serving in the Army, lead to Martin's incredible conversion. Visit this article to read his story.
St Leo the Great was Pope from the year 440 until his death in 461. We celebrate his feast day on 10 November. Watch this video to learn more about today's Saint!
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