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Hope for Grumpy People!

Two things about St. Vincent de Paul’s life (1580-1660) were surprising to me as I read his brief biography at http://www.franciscanmedia.org this morning. First I learned that he had no burning zeal for the poor early in his life. 254 more words

A Series Of Firsts

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American born saint cannonized by the Catholic Church was born on this date in 1774.

Establishing the first… 187 more words

Mt. St. Mary's College

Saint of the day 10th April

St. Magdalen of Canossa

Lived: (1774-1835) | Feast Day: Sunday, April 10, 2016

Wealth and privilege did nothing to prevent today’s saint from following her calling to serve Christ in the poor. 273 more words

Feasts And Commemorations

On top of the hill..

In Dorchester was St. Margaret’s Hospital and St. Mary’s Home. It was where my mother worked with mothers and babies from when she was a graduate nurse in 1955 to her retirement in 1996. 162 more words

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