Saints of March 11

Calendar for March - wikipedia Saint Vindicianus (Vindician) ((in French) Vindicien) (c. 632-c. 712) was a bishop of Cambrai-Arras. His feast day is 11 March. He is called a spiritual follower of Saint Eligius(Saint Eloi). Traditionally, his birthplace is given as Bullecourt, near Bapaume. This is the birthplace indicated in the documents dating much later than the saint's death, but which claim to reproduce an ancient [...]

Feb 24 Sts of the day

February 24 Saint Matthias; Montanus and Lucius; Paul Shinji Sasaki; Philip Lindel Tsen; Praetextatus of Rouen;https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Saints/Saint_of_the_day/February Saint Matthias; please click the image for his information Saint Matthias Workshop of Simone Martini • Public domain Paul Shinji Sasaki;  ...The cost of resistance to and non-cooperation with the government's religious policies was public criticism by prominent lay and ordained members [...]

Feast of Christ the King

Today is the Feast of christ the king, the last Sunday in Ordinary time before the beginning of the new Church year. Stained glass window created by William Earley (1872–1956), Dublin, in 1933, titled TU REX GLORIAE CHRISTE byHubert van Eyck [Public domain or Public domain] Christ the King Feast of christ the King  Christ the King is [...]

Gregory the Great – St Angus MacNisse, 3 September 2018

As per usual, given the various versions of the Hagiography  of each saints, there are various versions according to the author and audience in conformity to the desires of the Church or religious orders of the time. If we look over at Celtic Saints of Sept. 3rd on this day there are  seven, including Gregory [...]

Conversion of Saint Paul 25 Jan.28 Jan 2018

Old Calendar: Conversion of St. Paul St. Paul, named Saul at his circumcision, a Jew of the tribe of Benjamin, was born at Tarsus, the capitol of Cilicia. He was a Roman citizen. He was brought up as a strict Jew, and later became a violent persecutor of the Christians. While on his way to [...]

Blessed Jutta of Thuringia 26 June 2017

Memorial 25th June in Roman Calendar. First Life Saint Jutta, T.O.S.F., (English: Judith) or Jutta of Kulmsee or Jutta of Sangerhausen or Jutta of Thuringia was born ca. 1200 at Sangerhausen in Thuringia (now Sachsen-Anhalt) and died in 1260 at Kulmsee in the Monastic State of the Teutonic Order (now Chełmża, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland). She [...]

Visitation Of The Blessed Virgin Mary-31 May 2017

This is a fairly late feast, going back only to the 13th or 14th century. It was established widely throughout the Church to pray for unity. The present date of celebration was set in 1969, in order to follow the Annunciation of the Lord and precede the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist.

Saint Fabian 19 January 2017

Saint Fabian Saint of the Day for January 19 (c. 200 – January 20, 250) Listen to the life of St. Fabian from Franciscan Media Pope Saint Fabian Saint Fabian by Giovanni di Paolo (c. 1450) wears an anachronistic Papal tiara Papacy began 10 January 236 Papacy ended 20 January 250 Predecessor Anterus Successor Cornelius Personal [...]

Celtic St. Kentigerna-7 January 2017

St. Kentigerna of Loch Lomond, Widow (Caentigern, Quentigerna) (~733) Memorial, Commemorated on January 7 Widowed hermitess, mother of St. Coellan and daughter of Kelly. the prince of Leinster, Ireland. When her husband died she went to Inchebroida Island in Loch Lomond, Scotland. A church there is dedicated to her memory. Extended Biography Catholic Online. 2017. St. [...]

Holy Innocents – 28 December 2016

Holy Innocents  December 28. Based on an account in Saint Matthew’s Gospel, King Herod slaughtered a number of male babies in an attempt to rid himself of the perceived threat of a usurper of his throne. What he didn’t realize is that Jesus’ kingdom is not of this world─a fact that emerges later in Saint [...]