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Let The Saints Guide You To An Extraordinary Life! A Lesson on Heroic Virtue

Oct 11, 2018 By Whitney Hetzel

The saints are as different as they are similar.  Some saints lived short lives; some long ones; some saints were married, others single; some saints came from prominence, others from obscurity; some saints were devoted to God their whole life, others only after a conversion of heart. The common thread that runs through the live[...]

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Nov 06, 2017 By Ashley Osmera

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St. John XXIII: Genius Humor From the Farm Boy Turned Powerhouse Pope

Oct 10, 2017 By Ashley Osmera

Throughout his life, especially during his years as pope, John XXIII was known for his genuine joy and a magnificent sense of humor. Considering his story, that is a striking quality and virtue to possess. John XXIII used humor in various types of moments to keep himself humble, to shed new light on situations, or simply to make[...]

A Prayer for America by John Carroll, First U.S. Bishop

Jul 04, 2017 By Gretchen Filz

Pope Pius VI named John Carroll the first bishop of the United States of America in 1789. His cousin, Charles Carroll, was one of America's Founding Fathers and the only Catholic to sign the Declaration of Independence. Archbishop Carroll wrote the following prayer for our newly formed government on November 10, 1791, to be rec[...]

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