Saints

The Quest for the True Cross

The reality of the True Cross, found by St. Helena, testifies to the historical facts behind the Gospel, and thereby behind our salvation.

Light a Siena Fire

In our world today, it is boldness among the faithful which is the ingredient that we lack the most.

Nationalistic Saints

Saints such as Joan of Arc and Thomas More demonstrate that being holy does not mean being disengaged from public service.

Mother Cabrini’s Empire of Hope: The Movie

Cabrini is basically an action movie, a David and Goliath tale. You can’t help but cheer for the underdog who feels God’s call so intensely. It will capture young viewers with the risk and excitement of the Christian life.

Are We Catholic Enough to Make Enemies?

St. John Bosco underwent assassination attempts because of his bold mission in Catholic education. Should Catholic schools expect to make similar enemies if they are truly teaching the Faith?

Too Many Saints Looking for Work!

Think about all the saints in Heaven who have never had big followings, or have simply been forgotten by us on this side of the veil. They are waiting there for you and me to ask for their intercession. 

Saints Walking Among Us

Gaining a cozy, daily familiarity with a handful of the old saints can alleviate some of the depression and loneliness we might feel in the present often unfriendly environment of our Church.

Remembering the Slave of the Slaves

St. Peter Claver’s ministry to black slaves is plainly remarkable and perhaps unparalleled among anyone in the history of the Catholic Church and perhaps Christianity as a whole.

June 28 and the Original Gender Defender

As Pride Month 2023 blows itself out with its loud, frothy-mouthed proclamations that demand uncanny and unconditional validation, the voice of Irenaeus booms from the heavens like summer thunder, denying and denouncing their aberrations.

Sister Wilhelmina: An American Incorruptible

The body of an American religious foundress was found to be miraculously incorrupt, four years after her death. What does this mean, and what might God be telling us through this? We’ll talk with someone who knows the community and recently visited Sister Wilhelmina’s body.

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