Sunday, 08/02/2020 at 1:30 PM
St. Ignatius invites us to consider the power of the imagination in our lives
St. Ignatius of Loyola’s guide to discernment helps us be less captive to immediate experiences and feelings
Why is the Church focusing more on St. Mary Magdalene?
The center’s goal is to unite all guilds advancing the causes of African-American sainthood candidates
Soon-to-be saint is an example of living the courageous life, even amid life’s difficulties
Blesseds Paul VI and Oscar Romero were to be canonized Oct. 14
Some saints teach us by their obscurity
that you don’t have to be famous to be holy
In specific walks of life or endeavors, we ask these saints to intercede on our behalf.
Canonizations remind us of our ultimate goal of getting to heaven
Should a Catholic kneel before a statue of Jesus, Mary or a saint?
Sts. Clare and Francis brought out the best in each other in their radical commitment to the Gospel
King Louis IX, namesake of our city, was known for his commitment to aid poor people and provide justice
From 2015: Relic tour visited St. Louis area emphasized her message of forgiveness
Decrees clear path to sainthood for Blesseds Paul and Romero, plus three others
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