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Visions of Heaven by Saint Catherine of Siena

Visions of Heaven by Saint Catherine of Siena

Visions of Saint Catherine of Siena Glimpses Heaven     In each century, when the Church has been in need, the Lord has raised up powerful men and women to save her.  Catherine was one of those powerful women, a light in the darkness of the Fourteenth Century.  She had been chosen by her Lord and Savior to be His bride.  And then, when He believed she was ready, He commissioned her to save His Church.  She had lived for the Church and she died for the Church, one of those "Dry Martyrs" (Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen used this expression...

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Visions of Saint John Vianney the Cure of Ars

Visions of Saint John Vianney the Cure of Ars

Visions of the Cure of Ars Saint John Vianney, Patron Saint of Parish Priests     In doing research for this book and our television series, we've found Saints who've had a relationship with the souls in Purgatory, or had visions of Hell, also had a great urgency to convert sinners.  This Roll Call of Saints which include: Saints Catherine de' Ricci, Mary Magdalen de Pazzi, Margaret Mary Alacoque, Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Avila, Jean Vianney, and many other Saints were given a special mandate from on High, to do everything in their power to insure there be as...

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Visions of Heaven Experienced by the Saints

Visions of Heaven Experienced by the Saints

Visions of Heaven Experienced by the Saints The Church Triumphant     A rainbow is a promise.  God our Father reaffirmed the promise He made about our Redemption in the Garden of Eden when Noah landed on the rock after having spent forty days and forty nights in the ark during the  flood.  The Lord stopped the rain, and gave us a double rainbow. Browse our Visions of the Saints Collection "God said: `Here is the sign of the Covenant I make between Myself and every living creature with you for all generations; I set My bow in the clouds...

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Miracle of the key Saint Gerard Majella

Miracle of the key Saint Gerard Majella

Miracles in the life of Saint Gerard Majella   Browse Saint Gerard Majella Media Saint Gerard Majella was born in the southern part of Italy in Muro, fifty miles south of Naples, in the year 1726. He was the baby of the family, the youngest of five children. On April 6th, his mother Benedetta and father Dominic rejoiced at the birth of this their newest child, but alas the joy was mixed with fear - fear he wouldn’t survive. He was so frail and sickly at birth, they immediately brought the baby to the Cathedral to be baptized. The stigma...

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Angels in the Life of Saint Joan of Arc

Angels in the Life of Saint Joan of Arc

Angels in the life of Saint Joan of Arc St. Joan of Arc (1412 - 1431)     Joan of Arc is a strong contradiction in our Church and our world.  She was abandoned by the country she had fought so hard to protect; she was condemned by a corrupt bishop of the Church to which she pledged undying loyalty.  After her death, that same country made her into a heroine; that same Church made her into a Saint.  She is now, with St. Thérèse of Lisieux, co-patroness of France.  She was the Little Flower's heroine during Thérèse's lifetime.  Little...

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