All Saints Day

From the first centuries after Christ, Christians who died a martyr’s death were considered saints, who live in God’s presence forever. In the ninth century, Pope Gregory IV designated November… Read More »All Saints Day

All Souls’ Day

On the feast of All Souls, and throughout November, we remember and pray for our deceased relatives, friends, and all the those who have died. Prayer Let perpetual light shine… Read More »All Souls’ Day

Saint Leo the Great

"At a time when there is widespread criticism of Church structures, we also hear criticism that bishops and priests—indeed, all of us—are too preoccupied with administration of temporal matters. Pope… Read More »Saint Leo the Great

Saint Josaphat

In 1595, the Orthodox bishop of Brest-Litovsk in present-day Belarus and five other bishops representing millions of Ruthenians, sought reunion with Rome. John Kunsevich — who took the name Josaphat… Read More »Saint Josaphat