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All about the lives of both the most popular and the least known saints of the Church, the liturgical Catholic calendar, and a comprehensive database of patron saints and prayers to them.

The Nazis kicked him to death because he loved too much: Meet Blessed Teresio

At just 29, he suffered a horrendous death trying to protect a fellow prisoner.

St. Helena didn’t convert to Christianity until age 65

Her life proves that it's never too late to turn your life around and make an impact on the world.

1st Native-born US martyr to have shrine in Oklahoma

Blessed Stanley Rother will be honored in Oklahoma City facility; groundbreaking this November.

How St. Hyacinth miraculously fed a crowd of starving people with pierogi

He is known in Poland as the "patron saint of pierogi."

The powerful advice of a saint to his son

St. Stephen took his fatherhood seriously and wanted to make sure his son was brought up well.

8 Motherly saints to turn to when family life gets tough

These mothers experienced pain and sacrifice, which makes them ideal sources of help and comfort.

Before becoming pope, Francis discovered this priest’s body was incorrupt

Jesuit Father Mauricio Jiménez is now on the road to canonization.

Wild child: St. Maximillian Kolbe was a terror to his mother

Koble's mother shouted at him after one incident, "I do not know what will become of you!"

10 Key aspects of learning “wisdom of the heart” according to the saints

It takes the right combination of prayer and action to be happy and fruitful in our lives.

Abandon yourself to God’s providence with this prayer

Composed by St. Jane Frances de Chantal, it places a radical amount of trust in God.

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