Saint Polycarp

Born in 69 AD, Saint Polycarp was acquainted with the Apostles. He was a disciple of Saint John, the Apostle and Evangelist, who consecrated him Bishop of Smyrna, which is now in Turkey. Read More

St. Julian the Hospitaller

Popular in Western Europe, St. Julian the Hospitaller, sometimes known as "the Poor Man," was born into a prosperous and noble family in the early 4th century. According to a legend, Jul...

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Our Lady of Lourdes
St. Richard
Presentation of the Lord
St. John Bosco
St. Gildas the Wise
Saints Timothy and Titus

Conversion of Saint Paul

Saul belonged to the tribe of Benjamin and was a Jew. His fervor for Jewish law and customs, which he believed to be the will of God, much exceeded that of any of his contemporaries. As a result, ...

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