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      As you probably learned in school, the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and his wife Sophie, Duchess of Hohenberg on June 28, 1914 was an important event that led to the outbreak of the War to End All Wars, or perhaps better known as World War I. The death of the archduke also made Franz...
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      A few years after she entered the Order of the Visitation in Paray-le-Monial, France, St. Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647 - 1690) received private revelations from the Lord in which He asked her to help promote the devotion to His Sacred Heart. Beginning on December 27, 1673, the Feast of St. John...
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      Today is the feast of St. Teresa of Avila (1515 - 1582) Perhaps St. Teresa of Avila is a popular saint is because she comes across as a very real person. Try as some biographers might to paint too holy of a picture of her, they simply cannot. It is not that she was not holy. Of course, she...
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      Today is the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. As you might know, the origins of the feast date back to 7 October 1571 when the fleets of several Christian nations under the leadership of Don John of Austria defeated the Turkish fleet in a naval battle which took place in the Bay of Lepanto. The...
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      Do you know about the connection between St. Thérèse of Lisieux and St. Faustina? At one point when St. Faustina was a novice, she was going through some interior struggles. She began to make novenas to various saints, but instead of getting better the situation grew worse and was affecting her...
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      We only have 9 letters written by St. Francis. Surprisingly, most of those letters are ones in which the saint chastises priests for not showing proper reverence because they are using dirty vessels and linens at mass. And he also chides them for not keeping the Eucharist in place that is...
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      Born around the year 895 to a Belgian family of nobility, St. Gerard of Brogne grew up with privileges of which he later became ashamed. Having had enough of court life, he sensed a call to the monastic life. His pursuit of the life of a monk took him outside of Belgium where he considered the...
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      Today is the feast day of the Guardian Angels. According to Sacred Tradition, each one of us has a guardian angel to help us on our journey through life. We remember the words of Jesus who said, "See that you do not despise one of these little ones; for I tell you that in heaven their angels...
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      Today, as you probably know is the feast day of St. Thérèse of Lisieux who is probably one of the best known saints in the world. One of the interesting things about St. Thérèse is that we have a variety of things that she wrote. Perhaps it is less well-know, but St. Thérèse wrote eight short...
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      St. Dominic pray for us! We do not have many surviving letters from the founder of the Dominicans, but we know that this Spanish saint was well-traveled throughout southern Europe. His mission was preaching and teaching in order to bring back souls who had strayed into heretical groups,...
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      If the love of Jesus in the Most Blessed Sacrament does not win our hearts, Jesus is vanquished! Our ingratitude is greater than His Goodness our malice is more powerful than His Charity. St. Peter Julian Eymard – Priest in the Marist Fathers and Founder of the Congregation of the Blessed...
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      If we would give full satisfaction to the heart of God, we must bring our own will in everything into conformity with His. St. Alphonsus Liguori – Bishop and Founder of the Redemptorists (1696 - 1787) Feast Day: August 1st Click here to receive daily inspiration from the saints delivered to...
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      Do not let any occasion of gaining merit pass without taking care to draw some spiritual profit from it. St. Ignatius of Loyola -- Priest and Founder of the Society of Jesus (1491 - 1556) Feast Day: July 31st Click here to receive daily inspiration from the saints delivered to your inbox.
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      Today is the feast day of St. Joachim and St. Anne who are the parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Do you know why they are often depicted embracing near a city gate? Here is the story.   Of course, what we know of St. Joachim and St. Anne comes from non-Biblical sources dated many decades after...
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      The world would have peace if only men of politics would follow the Gospels. St. Bridget of Sweden -- Wife, Mother, Foundress of the Order of the Most Holy Savior (1302 - 1373) Feast Day: July 23rd Click here to receive daily inspiration from the saints delivered to your inbox.
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      We therefore grossly deceive ourselves in not allotting more time to the study of divine truths. St. Apollinaris of Ravenna – Bishop (died c. 79) Feast Day: July 20th Click here to receive daily inspiration from the saints delivered to your inbox.
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      Consider often that it is only the humble of heart who can enter into the Sacred Heart of Jesus. St. Margaret Mary Alacoque – Sister of the Order of the Visitation (1647 – 1690) Feast Day: October 17th Click here to receive daily inspiration from the saints delivered to your inbox.
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      Above all, be very faithful in doing everything the Lord inspires you to do, especially in small things. St. Teresa of the Andes -- Carmelite Sister (1900 - 1920) Feast Day: April 12th Click here to receive daily inspiration from the saints delivered to your inbox.
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      At times the cross appears without our looking for it. It is Christ who is seeking us out. St. Josemaria Escriva -- Priest and Founder of Opus Dei (1902 - 1975) Feast Day: June 22nd Click here to receive daily inspiration from the saints delivered to your inbox.
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      John is the voice, but the Lord in the beginning was the Word. John is a voice for a time, but Christ is the Eternal Word from the beginning. St. Augustine of Hippo – Bishop and Doctor of the Church (350 - 434) Feast Day: August 28th Click here to receive daily inspiration from the saints...
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