History tells about how brutal the Reformation was it all started to a King that want to marry another woman well literally. Pope Clement VII refuse to annul the marriage between the King and Katherine of Aragon in the other hand King Henry VIII was receive the title Defender of the Church by Pope Leo … Continue reading Bloody English Reformation that killed Thousands of Catholics
Fr. Joseph Frassinetti was born at Genoa Italy on December 15, 1804 he was the founder of the Sons of Holy Mary Immaculate. At six he was consecrated to the Virgin Mary in the sanctuary of La Madonnetta where he probably discovered his vocation. After his ordination on September 22, 1827, Joseh was assigned first … Continue reading Fr. Joseph Frassinetti
THE FIRST STEP TO HOLINESS? TO WANT IT! “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in Christ with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places, just as he chose us in Christ before the foundation of the world to be holy and blameless before him in love. … Continue reading THE FIRST STEP TO HOLINESS? TO WANT IT!
We also know Cleopatra as a ruler of Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt survived as pharaoh by her son Caesarion after her reign Egypt became a province of Roman Empire................ Actually Cleopatra is a member of Ptolemaic Dynasty a Greek family that ruled the Egypt after Alexander the Great. Cleopatra originally ruled jointly with her father Ptolemy … Continue reading Cleopatra of the Church?
Do you know Doctor Angelicus?.......... Really you don't know him well at first I didnt know who is that doctor but he is not only a doctor he is a doctor of souls and especially he is a saint that all we know St. Thomas Aquinas!. The Catholic Church honors Thomas Aquinas as a saint … Continue reading Do you know Doctor Angelicus?
Thingking about the prayer of Hail Mary reminds me about a Saint that came from Porto Maurizio Italy a saint that reminds me how great our beloved lady was......... It was St. Leonard the diary of his mission was written by Fra Diego da Firenze many of his writings have been translated into the most diverse languages … Continue reading St. Leonard of Port Maurice and The Station of the Cross
Saints Philip Evans and John Lloyd were Welsh Roman Catholic priests. They are among the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales. Philip Evans was born in Monmouth in 1645, was educated at Jesuit College at St. Omer (now in France), joined the Society of Jesus in Watten on 7 September 1665, and was ordained at Liège (now in Belgium) and sent to South Wales as a missionary in 1675. He worked in Wales for four years, and despite … Continue reading Philips Evans and John Lloyd the servant of God
He was born at Alcántara, Province of Cáceres, Extremadura, Spain. His father, Peter Garavita, was the governor of Alcántara, and his mother was of the noble family of Sanabia. He decided to join the Franciscans at the age of 16 shortly after he was sent to university in Salamanca by his step father. Returning home, he became a Franciscan friar of … Continue reading Saint Peter of Alcantara
Saint Barbara became the patron saint of artillerymen. She is also traditionally the patron of armourers, military engineers, gunsmiths, tunnellers, miners and anyone else who worked with cannon and explosives. She is invoked against thunder and lightning and all accidents arising from explosions of gunpowder. She is venerated by Catholics who face the danger of … Continue reading Saint Barbara
Our Lady of Banneux, or Our Lady of the Poor, is the sobriquet given to the apparition of the Virgin Mary to Mariette Beco, an adolescent girl living in Banneux, province of Liège (Belgium). Between January 15 and March 2, 1933, Beco told her family and parish priest of seeing a Lady in white who … Continue reading Our Lady of Banneux