Browsing: patron saints
Kate Towne introduces the first-place winner of the St. Francis de Sales Writing Contest, which she instituted at her alma mater this spring.
The Mission of Saint Thorlak aims to understand, recognize, address and prevent spiritual starvation, letting people with autism lead us on our way.
St. Patrick’s remarkable life is now being told in The Trials of Saint Patrick, an eight-part audio dramatization produced by Augustine Institute Radio Theatre (AIR Theatre) about his holiness and dedication to the people of Ireland.
There are patron saints of everything, so let’s adopt some new ones for marriage! Karee Santos explains why St. Gianna Molla and St. Josemaria Escriva make great patron saints of work/life balance.
Whether your children have been back in school for a few weeks already or they’re still packing their backpacks for the first day of school, this is a great time to remember that there are many saints who intercede for students! Our friends at HolyArt.com created this infographic that highlights 5 patron saints of students.
It’s that time again when many use an online saint generator to randomly select a saint for the year. Rather than journeying with one saint, Lisa Schmidt is walking with twelve. Think of it as a saint of the month club. Her January saint is Elizabeth Ann Seton – daughter, wife, mother, widow, friend and the first American-born saint.
On the menu for CatholicMom.com’s Sunday Brunch, we have a sample of articles from the past week.