St. Petroc

St. Petroc was the younger son of the King Glywys. On his father’s death, the people of Glywysing called for Petroc to take the...

St. Isidore of Seville

St. Isidore of Seville, Doctor of the Church, Patron Saint of the Internet, served as Archbishop of Seville for more than three decades. The last of the Western Latin Fathers, his Etymologies, an encyclopaedia, is one of the most important works in Western learning.
St. Ephrem

St. Ephrem, Doctor of the Church

Poet, teacher, orator and defender of the faith, Ephrem is the only Syrian recognized as a doctor of the Church. He took upon himself...
Pope St Zephyrinus

Pope St. Zephyrinus

The pontificate of this first third-century pope was to see a storm of heresy rage around the pontiff, who had to keep a firm...

Saint Francis Xavier

Saint Francis Xavier is the Apostle of the Far East and is considered the greatest missionary since the time of the Apostles, and the zeal he displayed, the wonderful miracles he performed, and the great number of souls he brought to the light of true Faith, entitle him to this distinction.
Pope St Gregory III

Pope St. Gregory III

He was just standing there, not doing anything special. As a Syrian priest he must have felt a little out of place among the...
St. Louise de Marillac

St. Louise de Marillac

St. Louise de Marillac, born near Meux, France, lost her mother when she was still a child, her beloved father when she was but...

Saints Cyril & Methodius

Saints Cyril & Methodius were brothers and are considered the Apostles of the Slavs. Pope John Paul II named them Co-Patrons of Europe (along with St. Benedict). They conducted tireless missionary work and composed a slavic liturgy. St. Cyril create the Cyrillic Alphabet.
Padre Pio

St. Pio of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio)

Francesco, named in honor of St. Francis of Assisi, was born to Giuseppa and Grazio Forgione, peasant farmers, in the small Italian village of...

St. Joan of Valois

St. Joan of Valois, 1464 - 1505, was the second daughter of Louis XI,  King of France, and Charlotte of Savoy, She was born...

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