The mother of Constantine the Great had humble beginnings, but rose to great importance in Christian history.
Despite illness and suffering, St. Marguerite Bays still asked, “What can we do to love God more?”
St. Marie of the Incarnation always trusted in the providence of God, despite all obstacles.
Not too many saints are known for fighting demons and their hermit lifestyles, but St. Anthony the Abbot is one.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton founded the first free catholic school for girls in the United States.
St. Olympias was orphaned and widowed, and she still managed to serve God and the poor.
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, the first U.S. citizen to be canonized, is a role model to all who face adversity.
In spite of his short life, St. Gerard was considered a saint by the people he served..
The first Korean-born Catholic priest courageously practiced, spread and died for his faith.
After the death of her husband, St. Jane Frances de Chantal attended a Lenten program in 1604.
The Gospel of Luke reveals John’s preordained role in salvation history.
The life of a generous, hardworking farm laborer who loved God and the land he tended is celebrated around the world as spring planting begins.
St. Benedict the Moor was the renowned lay leader of the Franciscan Brothers in Palermo, Sicily, in the 16th century.