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Saint Joseph of Cupertino The Flying Saint

Saint Joseph of Cupertino The Flying Saint

Saint Joseph of Cupertino The Flying Saint and Patron Saint of Students and Aviators Save My Church Which is in ruin The Church in the 16th century received a devastating blow, unlike any attack the enemy could level. Oh, he had been working hard at destroying the Church, what with all the heresies1 which kept cropping up. But Mother Church, perfect mother that she is, always set her children straight through her sons, the princes of the Church on earth - the Popes, down through the centuries, writing Bulls, convening Councils, condemning and dispelling these errors, once and for all,...

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Saint Faustina Kowalska and Divine Mercy

Saint Faustina Kowalska and Divine Mercy

Saint Faustina & Divine Mercy God’s Messenger of Divine Mercy There is a time for Mercy and a time for Justice. Expelling Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden was an act of God’s Justice. But even then, as the Angel was blocking the way to the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden,1 and ushering our first parents out into the cold world, God was showing His Mercy to us through His promise of the Messiah, the Redeemer. God has always lived up to His Word. Throughout Salvation history, we have been beneficiaries of God’s Mercy. And...

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Saint Philomena Saint of Chastity

Saint Philomena  Saint of Chastity

Saint Philomena Saint of Chastity Why are we writing about this particular Saint? Her life story is little known to man, but well known by God. This you will see clearly confirmed by the thousands upon thousands of miracles granted, down through the centuries, through her intercession. These miracles, in themselves, could fill a book. That St. Philomena has touched the hearts of many, you need only to visit the Shrines of powerful Saints, like the Curé of Ars - St. John Vianney, and see the place she held in their hearts, a living testimony of the role the little...

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Saint Catherine of Siena

Saint Catherine of Siena

"O Eternal God, accept the sacrifice of my life for the mystical body of Thy holy Church."   Saint Catherine of Siena, what an impressive woman and Saint!  As I start on our sister's story, like with the other powerful women in the Church, I can feel tears coming to my eyes, tears of joy.  Thank You, Lord for the privilege of passing on what we have learned through our travels to the Shrines, as well as through the historians before us, who have felt this lady and her life so essential a part of the Story of our Church. ...

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Saint Anthony of Padua - The Miracle Worker

Saint Anthony of Padua - The Miracle Worker

In Imitation of Christ, we read, "Every time I have been among men, I have returned less a man." St. Anthony did not return a lesser man, when he left the company of men; on the contrary, he said, he became a better man through all those, he loved. It is true, if you place your faith in man, it can break you. If instead, you place the Face of Jesus upon the face of man, seeing Jesus, like St. Thomas Aquinas, you will say, "I am doing it all for You, Lord." Then loving the Jesus you see in...

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