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St. Peter of Imola (406-550) became Archbishop of Ravenna in Italy, in his day the seat of the Roman Empire, giving him a very important role in the Church. His sermons were so eloquent, and his skill in making complex theological truths simple and plain was so renowned, that it earned him the name 'Chrysologus' meaning 'the man of golden speech' or 'golden word'. Many of his 200+ homilies are featured in the Office of Readings in the Liturgy of the Hours.
Technology is today is incredible. Thanks to National Geographic, you can Take Amazing 360° Tour of St. Peter’s in Vatican City From Your Chair. Click the image above to take a virtual tool of the largest and most glorious Catholic Church on the planet. Place your mouse over the buttons on the image to move through the basilica just as if you were there in person.
As Catholics, we look up to the saints as our role models, that is why we respect them and love them. This is how I got inspired to share some of my photos and thoughts from places that I have been, where saints were born, lived or died. Besides reading the lives of the saints in books, seeing and visiting the places where they lived is another way to learn and to be connected more to the saints, who are big part of the history of the Catholicism. These cities are just an example of wonderful places that I found awe-inspiring: