Couldn’t we all be saints if we had the same kind of help that St. Zelie Martin had: nurses, maids, boarding schools, etc.? Meg Matenaer reflects on the hidden pains and tragedy that the Martins faced in 19th century France despite all of their “help” as explained in A Call to a Deeper Love.
Lisa Hendey shares her interview with María Ruiz Scaperlanda, author of the new book “The Shepherd Who Didn’t Run” which details the life of Father Stanley Rother.
Regina Martyrum Productions offers audio dramas on lives of the saints enrapturing attentions and feeding imaginations of youngsters around the world. They’re having a special sale through Saturday, January 30: buy 2, get 2 free!
Meg Matenaer reviews Drinking with the Saints by Michael Foley, a smart, fun, and well-written book that will introduce you to new spirits, those for the table and those to whom we can pray!
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.