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Paul whose story is told in the book of Acts and who wrote 13 out of 27 books in the New Testament. He was the first to take the gospel to us non-Jews, right the way from Jerusalem through to Rome.


St. Thomas pray for us and all those who doubt.


Francis was a young nobleman at the court of the King of Spain. He became a Duke when he was only thirty-three and lived a happy, peaceful life with his wife Eleanor and their eight children. But unlike so many other powerful nobles, Francis was a perfect Christian gentleman, a true man of God and his great joy was to receive Holy Communion often. This happy life ended when ... continue reading

St. Louise de Marillac, Foundress Daughters of Charity, pray for us and social workers, sick people and disappointing children. Feast day March 15.


Bruno was born in Cologne of the prominent Hartenfaust family. He studied at the Cathedral school at Rheims, and on his return to Cologne about 1055, was ordained and became a Canon at St. Cunibert's. He returned to Rheims in 1056 as professor of theology, became head of the school the following year, and remained there until 1074, when he was appointed chancellor of Rheims by ... continue reading


St. Stephen the Great - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online


St. Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online


St. Germaine Cousin. Feast day June 15.


Alvarez was born in either Lisbon, Portugal, or Cordova, Spain. He entered the Dominican convent at Cordova in 1368. He became known for his preaching prowess in Spain and Italy, was confessor and adviser of Queen Catherine, John of Gaunt's daughter, and tutor of King John II in his youth. He reformed the court, and then left the court to found a monastery near Cordova. There ... continue reading


St Nonnatus!!! My new friend...please pray for me and this pregnancy!