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Here are few free places to listen or read some of this great saint works and even a sweet coloring page for the beautiful feast day of St. Teresa of Avila, tomorrow, Oct. 15. “It is love alone that gives worth to all things.” – St. Teresa of Avila

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St. Athanasius was a 4th century bishop, Church Father, Doctor of the Church. He spent his life defending the Divinity of Christ against the dangerous Arian heresy which denied it. His refusal to tolerate this error brought him persecution & exile. Known as the "champion of orthodoxy," his efforts eventually succeeded in the formation of the Nicene Creed which states that Jesus Christ is "God from God, Light from Light, True God from True God, begotten not made, consubstantial with the Father."

Saint Vincent De Paul! An Incorruptible Saint. He is the patron saint of the poor and those struggling with finances. Saint Vincent De Paul, pray for us!

Saint Dominic Savio. We learned about him this year in my Catechism class. And I feel like these "4 simple rules" speak to thoughts I've been having lately anyway... very relevant. Frequent confession and Holy Communion.

St. Thomas Aquinas, by Francisco Dans

  • Stef Ofhfs

    wouldn't thus be more of a defense of Ockham's Razor, though? i thought the point if the graphic is to say Aquinas' 5 ways are invalid. or maybe I'm misunderstanding... ? :)

  • Stef Ofhfs

    this and of, sorry for the typos

St. John (Don) Bosco, a 19th century Italian priest, was known for his love & labor for street children, juvenile delinquents, and other disadvantaged youth. Called the "Apostle of Youth" for turning the hearts of poor young people to God, and for founding the Salesian Society to remedy their lack of education & opportunities. St. John Bosco, pray for our youth!