Saints & Heroes
Saint Zdislava was born in the northern part of the Czech Republic around 1220 and died at only 32 years of age in 1252. She is known as the patroness of difficult marriages and people ridiculed for their piety.
Saint Joan grew up at a time when the conflict between the Protestant revolutionaries and the defenders of the Catholic faith was at its height.
Petronilla, a first century virgin and martyr, is traditionally identified as the daughter of Saint Peter.
Saint Gertrude the Great (January 6, 1256 – November 16, 1302) was a German Benedictine nun, mystic, and theologian. Learn more about her in this article....
Sts. Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen two friends who were pillars of orthodoxy during a period of chaos and confusion.
Saint Kateri converted to Catholicism in spite of persecution from the Mohawk tribe. There, she lived a life dedicated to prayer, penance and the care of the sick and the aged.
Saint Frances was accompanied by an Archangel for 23 years, and her virtues and miracles made her well known throughout Rome.
Saint John the Apostle was entrusted with the care of the Blessed Mother by Our Lord on the Cross, and author of the fourth Gospel and the apocalypse.
Deeply united to God, Saint Anthony Maria Claret was endowed with supernatural graces, ecstasies, the gift of prophecy, and the miraculous healing of bodies.
Saint Maria Goretti died resisting attempted rape. She appeared to her murderer who was imprisoned, and this brought about his conversion.
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