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C.S. Lewis tells you about the saints

He describes what it is to live among possible saints and to be a possible saint yourself.

All Souls Day is a great time to talk to your kids about death — but how?

Here are 2 ways to approach the topic of death and the hope of eternal life with your children.

5 Great renditions of “When the Saints Go Marchin’ In” for All Saints Day

"I want to be in that number, when the saints go marching in."

The top 12 saints according to Google searches

When searching on the internet, these saints come out on top. The first is quite a surprise!

When you get First Communion prep from a saint, this is what happens

Alphonsus Rodriguez went on to be canonized in the footsteps of Peter Faber and Ignatius of Loyola.

This Jesuit teaches us how to open the door with grace and courtesy

St. Alphonsus Rodriguez was an expert door keeper, never letting an angry visitor alter his mood.

10 Heavenly kids’ costumes for Halloween

These kids are the cutest mini versions of some truly saintly men and women.

Why is St. Jude the patron of hopeless cases?

If you are ever in a desperate situation, ask St. Jude's intercession!

“Another Maria Goretti” will be beatified in Brazil

12-year-old Benigna Cardoso da Silva sought to protect her purity, even if it cost her life.

‘Love and Mercy’: New film on St. Faustina and her vision of the Divine Mercy image

The docudrama, in theaters on December 2, chronicles the Polish nun's 70-year-long journey from suspected psychotic to saint.

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