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Padre Pio

My mystifying and miraculous “spiritual childhood” with St. Padre Pio

The more I learned, the more Padre Pio’s presence in my life began to make sense

The Unknown Miracles of Padre Pio, Saint with the Stigmata

The story of the countless unpublished miracles of the friar of Pietralcina

WATCH: Rare Footage of a Day in the Life of Padre Pio

Mass, confessions, lunch ... Discover how this saint lived in this exceptional video

Trinity Sunday: Give Joy Its Due

We tend to face the Lord with grim faces and furrowed brows. But is that what He really wants?

“Homeless Jesus” Is Homeless No More

Deacon Greg Kandra interviews Timothy Schmalz about his startling sculpture, looks at new image featuring Padre Pio

Padre Pio, Bernard of Clairvaux and the Shoulder Wound of Christ

Two great saints were prayerfully, and painfully, devoted to a wound of Christ's Passion, "not recorded by men ..."

5 Ways the Devil Attacks During Lent

Feeling more temptation than usual? 'Tis the season, and here's how to recognize and respond to it:

Relics of Padre Pio Carried in Procession to St. Peter’s Basilica

Rome-based American Jesuit Fr. Joseph Carola, SJ explains why the faithful flocked to the saint’s confessional

New Details on Padre Pio’s Relics Coming to the Vatican

And watch a rare-footage video of the saint...

Saints Who Fought the Devil: Padre Pio

Stories meant not to scare you but to increase your trust in God. Because no demon can separate a soul that lives united to Jesus.

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