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The Life of Saint Peter Julian Eymard

The Life of Saint Peter Julian Eymard

The Life of Saint Peter Julian Eymard Apostle of the Eucharist Family, if there was ever a Saint who had complete focus in what the Lord was calling him to do, it was St. Peter Julian Eymard.  He is called, among other things, “Champion of the Blessed Sacrament”.  He had such an unbelievable singleness of purpose, in his great devotion to the Blessed Sacrament, and desire that Eucharist Adoration should be practiced worldwide, that he would Found an Order devoted solely to adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and the spread of that devotion.  That Religious Order is called “Priests of...

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The Life of Saint Alphonsus Ligouri

The Life of Saint Alphonsus Ligouri

The Life of Saint Alphonsus Liguori (1696-1787) Lawyer - Bishop - Founder -Religious Superior - Theologian - Mystic - Author - Poet - Doctor of the Church - Missionary Who is this Saint Alphonsus, who has so many credits to his name? In order to answer that question, we must travel to Marianella, a village near Naples, in the troubled days of the 18th Century. As God made a promise, He would not leave us orphans, the Church was under attack! Send a future Defender of the Faith! Unrest was spreading throughout Europe and the American colonies; and it would...

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Saint Ignatius of Loyola

Saint Ignatius of Loyola

Saint Ignatius of Loyola Soldier, Poet, Mystic, Author, Defender of the Faith and Founder of the Society of Jesus Saint Ignatius was born in 1491, the year before Christopher Columbus was commissioned by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella to go to the New World, in thanksgiving for Spain having been liberated from the yoke of the Saracens. For nearly 700 years, Spaniards could not worship in Catholic Churches; they were deprived from receiving the Sacraments; religious and clergy were exiled, imprisoned or killed; all mention of Jesus was forbidden under the penalty of death. How did the people from whom...

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The Life of Saint Benedict

The Life of Saint Benedict

Saint Benedict Father of Western Monasticism, Mystic, Prophet, Founder of the Benedictine Order We are in the Fifth Century and God will, once again, raise up a Saint! Promising us, Hell would not prevail against His Church, God will bring to the front lines another great Soldier of Christ to aid Mother Church. We find ourselves in Italy, high in the mountains, on the way to Spoleto and Cascia, home of St. Rita - Saint of the Impossible. How very many times, we have passed the sign to Norcia and said, One day, we will write, and make a television...

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The Life of Saint Veronica Giuliani

The Life of Saint Veronica Giuliani

Saint Veronica Giuliani Visionary, Mystic and Stigmatist, Mystically married to Jesus Pope Pius IX said, after reading Veronica Giuliani’s Diary that she was not merely a Saint, but a great Saint! A bishop, in 1927, two hundred years after her life, wrote that Saint Veronica Giuliani was a Saint for all time: a Penitent like St. Rose of Lima1 who suffered for the redemption of sinners, a Mystic like St. Margaret Mary Alacoque2 to whom God revealed His Love and Passion, a Visionary like St. Teresa of Avila3 passing on the infused knowledge she received from the Lord in her...

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