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WATCH: Pierogi popular as the pope at #WYD2016

This is kind of charming — Aleteia’s new Polish-language edition took to the streets of Warsaw to ask four questions of  World Youth Day pilgrims headed to Krakow. 181 more words


Of Points, Parenting, and a Beggar-Saint Son

“From the charitable example of his pious parents he learned, from his tender years, that the riches which are given away to the poor, remain with us forever.”
~ Rev. Alban Butler

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From National Catholic Register

The “gaucho priest” will be the first "real" Argentinian saint

After a beatification process which lasted about half a century, José Brochero, “the gaucho priest” (let’s define “gaucho” as “Argentinian cowboy”), will be proclaimed a saint by an Argentinian pope. 363 more words


5 reasons Mass didn't bore the saints

Do you ever feel bored at Mass?

Don’t worry, I’m not judging. When I first returned to Mass after a time away, I found the Mass boring. 782 more words


Celtic saint of the day 17th July

St. Kenelm, King of Mercia, Martyr at Gloucester (Cynehelm)

Died c. 812-821.

July 17

Kenelm (Cynehelm), King M (AC)
Died c. 812-821. According to a popular legend of the Middle Ages, Kenelm was seven when his father, King Kenulf (Coenwulf) of Mercia, died, and he succeeded to the throne. 231 more words

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Saint of the day 15th July

14th July

  St. Bonaventure

 Doctor, Bishop, First Order

 Saint Bonaventure

First published Tue Nov 1, 2005; substantive revision Wed Feb 27, 2013

Bonaventure of Bagnoregio (ca. 334 more words

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