Tomorrow is the feast day of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, one of the most popular devotions of the Catholic faithful. Most of us are familiar with the story of Jesus appearing to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque to request a special devotion to his Sacred Heart, and how it was later instituted as a feast day for the universal Church. But there is so much more to the Sacred Heart devotion than is commonly known.
Today is the feast day of St. Barnabas. St. Barnabas is one of the early Christian missionaries to the gentiles. He was born of the tribe of Levi and converted to the faith shortly following Pentacost, according to tradition.
Saint Florian is one of the most courageous and fearless saints to have lived.
Today is the feast day of none other than St. Peregrine. Saint Peregrine was born in 1260 to a wealthy family and became an activist against the papal party of his hometown, Forli, Italy.
What is the most stressful part of Confirmation? Is it writing a letter to the bishop? Perhaps. Finding a dress, if you’re a woman? Probably. For me, the most stressful part was choosing a Confirmation saint.
Saint Polycarp of Smyrna was a pagan man born in the mid to late 1st century between 65-75 AD.
Welcome to Black History Month! Black History month started in 1976 and was expanded from what used to be a Black History week.
Soon we will be celebrating the feast day of one of the greatest Doctors of the Church, St. Thomas Aquinas.
Saint John the Evangelist is also known as Saint John the Apostle and the Beloved Disciple.
Saint Victoria is one of the few saints to have their murderer also face death and illness directly following the act.