St. Jacinta was 1 of the 3 children to whom Our Lady of Fátima appeared, and she has served as an inspiration for Catholics across the world.
St. Scholastica is venerated as the patron saint of nuns, education, and convulsive children. Her feast day is celebrated on February 10th. The life and legacy of St. Scholastica continue to inspire those who seek a life of devotion, prayer, and spiritual growth within Catholicism. Her legacy lives on through the Benedictine nuns and the numerous individuals inspired by her commitment to a life of prayer, humility, and service to God.
When reading about the lives of the saints, we encounter individuals whose unwavering trust in God resonates across generations. One such saint is St. Josephine Bakhita, a remarkable woman whose journey from slavery to sainthood serves as a testament to the transformative power of God’s love. Despite enduring immense suffering in her life, she teaches us the strength found in trusting Jesus and highlights the loving and merciful nature of our God. Let us explore the events that led to her sanctity and draw inspiration from her remarkable life.
Saint Brigid of Ireland’s story is one of faith, compassion, and miracles. These events made her one of Ireland’s three patron saints – together with Saint Patrick and Saint Columcille. But who is St. Brigid, and what events led her to become one of the country’s patron saints? As we explore the events that defined her sanctity, let us also learn the timeless lessons she imparts to all Catholics to continue on our journey to holiness.
Did you know that St. John Nepomucene Neumann was the first American man to become a saint? In the big family of Catholic saints, St. John Neumann shines as an amazing example of love for God and helping others, especially through teaching. Let’s learn more about him!
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton was born as Elizabeth Ann Bayley on August 28, 1774, in New York City. She is known for her remarkable contributions to education and her founding of the Sisters of Charity, the first American religious community for women. Her life is a testament to faith, resilience, and a dedication to serving the less fortunate.