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Saints

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.

Prayer to keep children safe from harm

St. Agnes is the patron saint of children and is a known intercessor to keep them safe.

Archaeologists search for the grave of St. Edmund under tennis courts

Renovation of the Abbey Gardens tennis courts has led to an effort to study the historical site.

7 Child saints your child needs to know

Introduce your kids to these holy girls and boys to help give them faith and courage.

Why is St. Sebastian patron saint of athletes?

He never played a sport, but his extraordinary physical stamina made him a popular saint among athletes.

Give your loved ones to God with this prayer from St. Therese of Lisieux

These words from the Gospel of John were paraphrased by the Little Flower.

Capuchin priest who fought racism on way to canonization

Fr. Stephen Eckert worked tirelessly for racial equality in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

7 Inspiring truths from St. Teresa of Avila

This mystic and Doctor of the Church has endless wisdom.

9 Saints to inspire all the aspects of the pro-life movement

There are many needs in the battle for life, and many heroes of the Church who have dedicated themselves to human dignity.

Heroic Tennessee priest on the road to canonization

Fr. Patrick Ryan is viewed by many as a "martyr of charity" for his heroism in treating yellow fever victims.

How to start and end each day, according to St. Anthony of Egypt

The 4th-century monk taught his disciples to keep eternity always in their minds, reflecting on it in the morning and at night.

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