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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.

Was this bilocating priest caught on camera at Padre Pio’s funeral?

The mysterious bilocation of Italian priest Fr. Domenico da Cese may have been recorded on video.

The secret to joy, happiness and peace, according to St. Therese of Lisieux

"If weak and imperfect souls like mine felt what I feel," no one would despair.

Newly beatified Italian laywoman embodies beautiful virtue

Edvige Carboni is said to have always had a word of comfort for everyone

God gave her a vision of a beautiful land: He was asking her to go to Canada

Marie of the Incarnation arrived in Canada 380 years ago.

A prayer for future priests by St. Therese of Lisieux

The Carmelite nun had a particular mission to pray for priests and seminarians and their sanctification.

How to let go of your idea of perfect and find peace

There's actually some age-old wisdom on this, and it comes from the saints.

Here’s why St. Anthony is invoked to find lost things

St. Anthony of Padua lost a precious book that he feared would never be found again.

Father Tolton recognized as venerable; may be first black American to be canonized

He went from slavery to the priesthood, winning over everyone with his virtue

Why Ordinary Time can also be called the “season of saints”

This time of the year presents a unique opportunity to focus on the "universal call to holiness."

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