Saints Among Us
This series of devotions is meant to help us understand what it takes to move toward being a saint in our everyday lives. Hear stories of people like you and I who stood out above the rest. Learn about modern day saints and persecuted christians who too may be saints one day, as well as beautiful saints who started religious orders. May God bless you as you continue to strive toward sainthood in your life. Michelle Workman
Our Daily Devotions
Hello Everyone! This month we heard many stories of brave men and women just like you and me,
I love being Catholic, I really do. I love family traditions, and I thrive on routines, and both of these are cental to the Church.
I hope you have been blessed by our "Saints Among Us" devotions and have had the opportunity grow closer to Christ and his call you to become saints.
St. Dominic is the creator of the Dominican order, officially recognized by the Church in 1216.
I love a good story don't you? Especially when it has something to offer in teaching or reminding me to look deeper at the simple.
I find it incredible that a short, ragged, barefoot man who lived 800 years ago still influences people to this day.
Blessed John Soreth was born in 1394 in Normandy and ordained a priest in 1417. It was in Normandy that he entered the Carmelite house.
So True! Have a beautiful Sunday:)
We've seen dozens of faces in poverty over the years brought about by war, famine as a result of drought, dictatorship which cuts off the opportunties of education.
Fr. Jacques Hamel is a modern martyr of our church
Italian layman Joseph Mayr-Nusser was a Catholic husband and father. He was a member of the Society of St Vincent de Paul and was actively involved in Catholic Action.
The story of Maria Goretti could happen to anyone.
In September 2015 I was privileged to attend the World Congress of Families in Philadelphia which was also Pope Francis first visit to the United States.
What are the gifts that God has given you to set the world on fire! Consider, sometimes it only takes a spark to get the fire blazing. Where is that spark starting in you today?
Angelo Roncalli was a totally normal guy.
Venerable Fulton Sheen is an American all-star Saint. He lived from 1895 to 1979, the era of television, radio, music videos, Frank Sinatra, Lucille Ball, bell bottoms, political shifts, the Beetles and the Beach Boys.
Today, I have taken time out of my day to learn about Blessed Oscar Romero. But before I sat down to read more about his life, I am notified on my phone through my news app that at least 27 people have been killed in San Antonio, Texas today (Sunday).
Pier Giorgio Frassati is a popular saint with young adults, especially with the ladies.
Who is this beautiful, young Italian saint who looks so much like one of us, who has been described as “remarkably average?
Happy Sunday! We all know that saying "less is more"
Oftentimes, we hear people complain about their in-laws. Wives and mother-in-laws don’t always get along
Supermom! I have no doubt that my best friend Beth is headed for sainthood. I can only hope and pray that I am able to be with her.
I’ve been waiting for the perfect opportunity to share this story with you, it is one of heros and sainthood.
When I think about my grandma, I think about two things in particular; one how badly I miss her, and two how she always seemed happy and content with life.
These two are the last people you would expect to be Catholics, let alone saints.
Hello Saints! God bless you all on this beautiful Sunday:)
One night, after student Mass at the University of Kentucky Newman Center, I spotted out of the corner of my eye a crucifix hanging to the right of the entrance of the building.
We are all called to be saints! This is something I didn’t learn until two years ago!
What does it mean to be a saint? Not everyone can get stigmata or bilocate or levitate. Not all of us are called to become a nun.