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Saints For Our Times

Week of May 20, 2013 | Posted on May 20, 2013

St. Augustine of Canterbury

St. Augustine of Canterbury (died around 604 A.D.), whose feast day is May 27, was the first Archbishop of Canterbury and is known as the “Apostle of England.” ...

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Week of May 13, 2013 | Posted on May 13, 2013

St. Bernardine of Siena

St. Bernardine of Siena (1380-1444) was an Italian Franciscan, one of the most popular and effective preachers of his time. He spoke directly to the people ...

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Week of May 6, 2013 | Posted on May 6, 2013

St. Rose Venerini

St. Rose Venerini (1656-1728) spent time in a convent before ultimately discerning that she was called to use her gifts in the world, not within a cloister ...

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Week of April 29, 2013 | Posted on April 29, 2013

Sts. Philip and James

Philip and James were two of Jesus’ 12 Apostles, his first and closest followers, who traveled and ministered with him in life and spread the good news ...

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Week of April 22, 2013 | Posted on April 22, 2013

St. Mark the Evangelist

According to Tradition, Mark was one of the 70 disciples of Jesus that were sent out to proclaim the Good News; he is also said to have acted as Peter’s interpreter, founded the Church ...

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Week of April 15, 2013 | Posted on April 15, 2013

St. Anselm

St. Anselm (1033-1109), whose feast day is April 21, was born into a noble family and desired to enter monastic life from a young age, but his father would not give his consent ...

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Week of April 8, 2013 | Posted on April 8, 2013

St. Stanislaus

St. Stanislaus lived from 1030 to 1079 and was Bishop of Kraków, Poland. He spoke out strongly against the injustices ...

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Week of April 1, 2013 | Posted on April 1, 2013

St. Benedict the African

St. Benedict the African (also historically referred to as Benedict the Moor), whose feast day is April 3, lived from 1524-1589 and was the freed son of African slaves in Sicily ...

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Week of March 25, 2013 | Posted on March 25, 2013

St. Hugh of Grenoble

St. Hugh of Grenoble (1053-1132) was a French bishop at a time when the church was suffering from a great deal of corruption and was in desperate need of reform ...

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Week of March 18, 2013 | Posted on March 18, 2013

The Annunciation of Mary

The Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord has been celebrated since the fourth or fifth century and is one of the primary Marion feasts ...

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