Saints

“Do not be unbelieving, but believe”

“Put your finger here and see my hands, and bring your hand and put it into my side, and do not be unbelieving…”

Saint Mary Magdalene: The one that loved much

The passionate soul does not know fear, it does not measure risks. In the Garden of Olives the Apostles fled in terror. Mary Magdalene, on the other hand, went out in search of her Beloved, and He went to meet her.

Saint Benedict of Nursia

He wanted to follow the Lord modestly, in silence and prayer, but God called him to be the “great patriarch of western monasticism.”

St. Cyril of Alexandria: Tireless Paladin of the True Faith

It would have been much easier for the Patriarch of Alexandria to keep silent and continue a quiet and peaceful life. But could he remain silent, without blame, when the Faith was in such grave danger?

Saint Thomas More, example of moral integrity

The life and martyrdom of Saint Thomas More have been the source of a message which spans the centuries and which speaks to people everywhere of the inalienable dignity of the human conscience.

Saint Philip Neri

Wherever he went, this fervent apostle spread the joy of sanctity—of which the fleeting satisfaction derived from sin is but a sorry caricature.

St. Junípero Serra – A Missionary Who Made History

A man of indomitable tenacity, he patiently awaited God’s hour at each stage in his life, writing, in golden letters, admirable lines on the pages of American and world history. My son, if you come forward to serve the Lord, prepare yourself for temptation. Set your heart right and be steadfast, and do not be […]