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St. Gall

St. Gall was born in Ireland soon after the middle of the sixth century, of pious, noble, and rich parents. When St. Columban left Ireland, St. 188 more words


As Hernando continues to grow, new businesses like Saint boutique rise

The outside of Saint, a clothing boutique in Hernando. Photo by Sara Kate Rushing.

Sara Kate Rushing
Oxford Stories

Fashion boutique owner Mary Catherine Strider-Logan, 26, is one of the latest business owners in growing Hernando, a city between Oxford and Memphis with a population of about 16,000. 689 more words


St. Paul of the Cross

St. Paul of the Cross, Founder of the Congregation of Clerks Regular of the Cross, or Passionists, was one of the most ardent lovers of the passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ and of the sorrows of Mary. 301 more words


Mary's Prayer of Adoration

Mary devoted herself absolutely to the Eucharistic glory of Jesus. She knew that the desire of the Eternal Father was, to have the Eucharist known, loved, and served by all men; that the hunger of the Heart of Jesus was, to communicate to men all His gifts of grace and glory; that the mission of the Holy Spirit was, to extend and perfect in hearts the reign of Jesus Christ; and that the Church had been founded only to give Jesus to the world. 460 more words


Carissimi: Today's Mass; Octave Day of St Wilfrid, Apostle of the South Saxons

Octave Day of St Wilfrid of York, Apostle to the South Saxons, Co-Patron of the Sussex Mission; St. Peter of Alcantara, Confessor: Missa “Sacerdotes tui… 1,707 more words


St. Luke

St. Luke, a physician at Antioch, and a painter, became a convert of St. Paul, and afterwards his fellow-laborer. He is best known to us as the historian of the New Testament. 184 more words


St. Ignatius of Antioch

St. Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, was the disciple of St. John. When Domitian persecuted the Church, St. Ignatius obtained peace for his own flock by fasting and prayer. 261 more words