catholic saints

Maria Goretti died at the hands of her attacker in 1902.
"We're all disgusted by the bad image they're giving our saint," Mother Maria del Carmen said.
Mother Teresa may be canonized next year, according to one top Catholic Church authority. But that's just a hypothesis, according
But for Hackel, the way Serra approached his work gives a vital clue to understanding his path to sainthood. The pope’s appearance
"He's an extraordinary man who gave his life for others," Father Graham Smith, the priest of St Helen's Church in Essex, where
Are you more of a St. George or a St. Catherine? Do you prefer to sit in quiet contemplation or let loose in spiritual revelry
Q: If he didn’t do any of those things, what did he do that would make him worthy of getting a whole day dedicated to him
Some 5,000 faithful traveled from Kerala state for the solemn event, which was also streamed live onto screens set up outside
Mencer, who is now 58 and lives in Nebraska, and members of the Demjanovich family were among the hundreds of clergy members
Tens of thousands of people filled the streets outside the cathedral where the ceremony was conducted, the accounts said
In summer, Bostonians head for the cape where they can languish on beaches in willful denial of the cold winter months to come. If you plan to sell a city property, this is probably not the best time to hit the market. But my friend Bob has stepped into the breach.
“He’s the only true baseball hero. He’s the only person, player that ever gave up his life helping other people. Everybody
Sunday, the Roman Catholic world and many other worlds celebrated the canonization of two new saints, Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II. Non-comatose readers of Sightings need no further attention to be paid to the details and the drama of the even
When people ask me where I got married, their ears always perk-up when I tell them my husband and I took our vows in the walls of the Vatican during the year of the Jubilee.
I want to encourage us to seek deeper within this classic prayer and gleam from it eternal truths of spirituality and personal growth. Christ always had great purpose in all he shared with his followers, we see this in the parables and bold statements he made.
When Jorge Mario Bergoglio became Pope Francis, many Roman Catholics were quick to optimism. Some dared to hope for something of a church renaissance, and for relief, perhaps, in the wake of the bitter reign of "God's Rottweiler," Joseph Ratzinger.