St. Geltrude Comensoli

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(1847-1903) St. Geltrude had a very special relationship with Jesus, committing herself to him at age 7 when she secretly left her house early in the early morning hours to receive her first holy Communion. She was a very serious … Read More

Blessed Giuseppe Allamano

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(1851-1926) Blessed Guiseppe Allamano of Turin, Italy, is the founder of the Consolata Missionaries and the Consolata Sisters. The Consolata Missionaries today consist of about 1,000 consecrated brothers and priests whose mission is to spread the Gospel throughout the world, … Read More

St. Claude de la Colombiere

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(1641-1682) This French-born nobleman became a Jesuit priest and teacher and later the spiritual advisor to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. Sister Margaret Mary was seeing visions of Jesus and Mary, and Father Colombiere encouraged her that her visions were authentic. … Read More

Sts. Cyril and Methodius

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St. Cyril: (827-869); St. Methodius: (826-885) Born in the 9th century, these two saints were brothers. Because their father was an officer in a part of Greece inhabited by many Slavs, both brothers ultimately became missionaries, teachers and patrons of … Read More

St. Catherine dei Ricci

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(1522-1590) The Dominican nun known for her holiness and wisdom; she re-enacted the passion of Christ during visions every week for twelve years, and received the wounds of Christ. She found her greatest joy, however, serving the poor.

Blessed Humbelina

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(1092-1136) Blessed Humbelina is one of a pair of siblings saints; her brother is St. Bernard of Clairvaux. She was born one of seven children, the only girl (her parents must be saints, too!). After her mother’s death, her father … Read More

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