St. Denis, the Decapitated Saint

A Little Gimpse about the Life of St. Denis and his Martyrdom St. Denis and his companions were so effective in converting people that the non-Christian priests became alarmed over their loss of followers. At their instigation, Roman Governor arrested the missionaries. After a long imprisonment, St. Denis and two of his clergy were executed … Continue reading St. Denis, the Decapitated Saint

Key points for Catholics in the fight against the demonic

PRAYER AGAINST DEMONIC SPIRITS AND EVERY EVIL Heavenly Father, I love You, I praise You, and I worship You. I thank You for sending Your Son Jesus Who won victory over sin and death for my salvation. I thank You for sending Your Holy Spirit Who empowers me, guides me, and leads me into fullness … Continue reading Key points for Catholics in the fight against the demonic

The Greatest Salutation to Mary given to St. Mechtilde

St. Mechtilde's "Our Father" For The Holy Souls In Purgatory JESUS taught Saint Mechtilde this PRAYER to be said for the y Souls and she WITNESSED every time she said it that many SOULS were released in Purgatory. Our Father who art in heaven. I beg of Thee, loving Father, to pardon the souls in … Continue reading The Greatest Salutation to Mary given to St. Mechtilde

Warning others of Hell: Most will mock you now, some will thank you later

Taken From Hell: “The Dogma of Hell, Illustrated by Facts Taken from Profane and Sacred History” Reverend F.X. Schouppe, S.J. 1883 Mgr. de Segur narrates a rather singular fact which happened in France, at the Military School of St. Cyril in the last years of the Restoration. The Abbe Rigolot, the almoner of the institution, … Continue reading Warning others of Hell: Most will mock you now, some will thank you later

St. Hermenegild

King Hermenegild, son of Leovigild king of the Visigoths, was converted, from the Arian heresy, to the Catholic faith, by the preaching of the venerable Leander, Bishop of Seville, one of my oldest and dearest friends. His father, who continued in the Arian heresy, did his utmost, both by promises, and threats, to induce him … Continue reading St. Hermenegild

Love of the Sacred Heart, illustrated by St. Mechtilde

All lovers of the Sacred Heart were delighted to see in the year of grace 1920 the long wished for canonization of Blessed Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647-1690), whom God raised up in recent centuries to revive the fire of devotion to the divine Heart of our Lord, which had well-nigh been extinguished by the frost … Continue reading Love of the Sacred Heart, illustrated by St. Mechtilde

Saint Mechtilde Prayer to the Blessed Virgin Mary

One day when Saint Mechtilde was reproaching herself for not having loved the Blessed Virgin Mary enough, Jesus appeared to her and said:  "For this fault, and in order to make reparation for it, first praise and honor My Mother for the faithfulness with which all her actions…. Prayer Heavenly Mother I praise and honor you … Continue reading Saint Mechtilde Prayer to the Blessed Virgin Mary

Salutation of All the Sacred Limbs of Jesus

In Obedience to a Divine inspiration, St. Gertrude was wont to salute each member of Our Lord which had suffered in His Passion: whenever she did so, a Divine splendor appeared to emanate from the sacred members thus saluted and to irradiate her whole soul. In this splendor she was clothed with that innocence which Our … Continue reading Salutation of All the Sacred Limbs of Jesus

What does the Saints teach about Homosexuality?

Church Law, Doctors and Saints on Homosexuality: Saint Albert the Great gives four reasons why he considers homosexual acts as the most detestable ones: They are born from an ardent frenzy; they are disgustingly foul; those who become addicted to them are seldom freed from that vice; they are as contagious as disease, passing quickly … Continue reading What does the Saints teach about Homosexuality?

The Canticle of Passion

St. Catherine experienced the stigmata and every Thursday-Friday accompanied Jesus in His Passion. Despite Catherine's extraodinary interior life, she continued to serve the monastery in many capacities including prioress for 36 years. The Canticle of the Passion was revealed to Catherine immediately after her first great ecstasy of the Passion. Our Lady desired Catherine to … Continue reading The Canticle of Passion

Saint Colette of Corbie: Virgin; Reformer of the Poor Clares and Unifier of the Church

Saint Colette is remembered for her holiness, but also for her initial resistance to the will of God, offered to her in visions. Upon overcoming her fear and reservations, and accepting the Lord’s calling, Saint Colette went on to accomplish great things in the name of God. . Born Nicolette Boellet, but called Colette, her … Continue reading Saint Colette of Corbie: Virgin; Reformer of the Poor Clares and Unifier of the Church

St. Thérèse of Lisieux

St. Thérèse of Lisieux, as you may know, is one of only three women to have been made a Doctor of the Church. Her mother died when Thérèse was 4. One by one, her four older sisters left for the cloister. She became emotionally clingy. A key moment in her spiritual development occurred on Christmas … Continue reading St. Thérèse of Lisieux

Saint Robert Bellarmine

Saint Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621), the great Doctor of the Church, in regard to the presence and assistance of the Angels to men, he affirms: “The Guardian Angels protect men from physical and moral dangers.Nothing that has to do with men can cease being of interest to them. Everything, in one way or another, regarding our … Continue reading Saint Robert Bellarmine

What happen in Lourdes, France?

Thursday 11th february 1858: the first meeting Accompanied by her sister and a friend, Bernadette went to Massabielle on the banks of the Gave to collect bones and dead wood. Removing her socks in order to cross the stream, she heard a noise like a gust of wind, she looked up towards the Grotto : … Continue reading What happen in Lourdes, France?

“For Jesus Christ, I will do everything.”

Our young saint lived in tumultuous times. The socialist government of Mexico was waging a bloody war against the Catholic Church, and fervent Catholics known as the Cristeros rose up to defend Christ the King. Their heroic resistance, La Cristiada, began in 1926. The Mexican constitution of 1917—socialist at its core—sparked this terrible conflict. It … Continue reading “For Jesus Christ, I will do everything.”