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Living the ‘Little Way.' Winston Churchill once opined, "from the highest to the humblest tasks, each is of equal importance. All have their part to play." He said it, St. Therese of Lisieux perfected it. And she's a Doctor of the Church.
Saint Thérèse of Lisieux also known as "The Little Flower of Jesus". This photo was taken in July 1896.
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Catholic Saints | Story of St. Anthony of Padua
St. Anthony of Padua patron saint of lost people and things.He found preaching the true Gospel to heretics who would not listen to him, he then went out and preached it to the fishes.As liberals and naturalists are trying to say, for the instruction of the fishes, but rather for the glory of God, the delight of the angels, and the easing of his own heart. St. Anthony wanted to profess the Catholic Faith with his mind and his heart at every moment.
San Antonio de Padua, también conocido como san Antonio de Lisboa, fue un fraile, predicador y teólogo portugués, venerado como santo y Doctor de la Iglesia por el catolicismo.
St. Anthony of Padua is one of the Catholic Church’s most popular saints. Saint Anthony of Padua, patron saint of lost and stolen articles, was a powerful Franciscan preacher and teacher. He’s typically portrayed holding the child Jesus—or a lily—or a book—or all three—in his arms.
Prayer to Saint Antony of Padua - Patron Saint ╆ ╆ ╆ ╆ - YouTube
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Pope John Paul II - REALLY good man! Now in 2014 - Saint John Paul II...along with Saint John XXIII.
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Saint John Paul II, pope of the Catholic Church.
St. Patrick - "Apostle of Ireland" who converted countless souls to Christianity. Feast day - 3/17. Lord, help me to see the face of Christ in all I meet, to spread your love to them, and to know with confidence that in you I am never alone. Learn more about St. Patrick in "A Book of Saints for Catholic Moms" at goo.gl/CDcp9 saints