In recent years, more and more Americans are on the road to sainthood, so we thought we’d share some of the names of these remarkable men as inspiration for your own newborn son. 1,912 more words
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Pierre Subleyras, although born in France, spent most of his professional life in Italy, as he moved to Rome to work for Cardinal Valenti Gonzaga and Pope Benedict XIV, among others. 497 more words
Bavarians in traditional costumes attend the horse-parade “Leonhardifahrt.” The annual pilgrimage honors St. Leonhard, patron saint of the highland farmers of horses and livestock, whose feast day is on November 6. 51 more words
Décimo Kaléndas Novémbris. Luna The Twenty-Third Day of October. The Night of the Moon.
Apud Villáckum, in Pannónia, natális sancti Joánnis de Capistráno, Sacerdótis ex Ordine Minórum et Confessóris, vitæ sanctitáte ac fídei cathólicæ propagándæ zelo illústris; qui Taurunénsem arcem, validíssimo Turcárum exércitu profligáto, suis précibus et miráculis ab obsidióne liberávit. 690 more words
Born in Lenox, Massachusetts, in 1851, Rose Hawthorne grew up in the family of American literary legend Nathaniel Hawthorne, who one year before her birth published 627 more words
“But what do they do all day?” A friend once asked me about nuns.“They pray,” I said. He wasn’t impressed, and insisted, “Doesn’t that seem like the easy way out? 809 more words