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St. Aloysius Gonzaga

St. Aloysius Gonzaga

As a young boy, St. Aloysius always had a great desire to know and serve God, but his family life was not always supportive of this desire.

Saint Paulinus of Nola

Saint Paulinus of Nola

Anyone who is praised in the letters of six or seven saints undoubtedly must be of extraordinary character. Such a person was Paulinus of Nola, correspondent and f

St. Romuald

St. Romuald

Saint Romuald, who founded the Camaldolese monastic order during the early eleventh century, has his liturgical memorial on June 19.

Venerable Matt Talbot

Venerable Matt Talbot

Matt can be considered the patron of men and women struggling with alcoholism. He was born in Dublin, where his father worked on the docks and had a difficult time

Saint Joseph Cafasso

Saint Joseph Cafasso

Even as a young man, Joseph loved to attend Mass and was known for his humility and fervor in prayer. After his ordination, he was assigned to a seminary in Turin.

St. John Francis Regis

St. John Francis Regis

On June 16 the Catholic Church celebrates the memory of Saint John Francis Regis, a 17th-century French Jesuit known for his zealous missionary efforts and his car

Saint Marguerite d’Youville

Saint Marguerite d’Youville

We learn compassion from allowing our lives to be influenced by compassionate people, by seeing life from their perspectives, and reconsidering our own values.

Saint Albert Chmielowski

Saint Albert Chmielowski

Born in Igolomia near Kraków as the eldest of four children in a wealthy family, he was christened Adam. During the 1864 revolt against Czar Alexander III, Adam

St. Anthony of Padua

St. Anthony of Padua

On June 13, Catholics honor the memory of the Franciscan priest St. Anthony of Padua. Although he is popularly invoked today by those who have trouble finding lost

Blessed Jolenta of Poland

Blessed Jolenta of Poland

Jolenta was the daughter of Bela IV, King of Hungary. Her sister, St. Kunigunde, was married to the Duke of Poland.

St. Barnabas, Apostle

St. Barnabas, Apostle

Catholics will celebrate the memory of St. Barnabas on June 11. The apostle and missionary was among Christ's earliest followers and was responsible for welcoming

Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church

Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church

This feast is observed on the Monday Following Pentecost and takes precedence over other Memorials of the same day. It is appropriate because church was born on th

St. Ephrem

St. Ephrem

On June 9, the Roman Catholic Church honors Saint Ephrem of Syria, a deacon, hermit, and Doctor of the Church who made important contributions to the spirituality

Blessed Mariam Thresia

Blessed Mariam Thresia

Chiramel Mankidiyan Thresia, born in Puthenchira, a remote village of Kerala, was a remarkable person and a social reformer.

Blessed Franz Jägerstätter

Blessed Franz Jägerstätter

Called to serve his country as a Nazi solider, Franz eventually refused, and this husband and father of three daughters—Rosalie, Marie and Aloisia—was executed

St. Norbert

St. Norbert

On June 6 the Catholic Church honors Saint Norbert of Xanten – who started out as a frivolous and worldly cleric, but was changed by God’s grace into a powerfu

St. Boniface

St. Boniface

St. Boniface was very bold in his faith, and was well known for being very good at using the local customs and culture of the day to bring people to Christ. He was

Blessed Angeline of Marsciano

Blessed Angeline of Marsciano

Blessed Angeline founded the first community of Franciscan women other than Poor Clares to receive papal approval.

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