We share these daily reflections with you to uplift and bring faith and inspiration to your day.

  • January 27: St. Angela Merici, Virgin

    BORN: 1474 (Italy) DIED: 1540 Saint Angela joined the Tertiary of Saint Francis but later in a vision discovered what mission God had for her that of reaching out to souls in a different dimension. She later established a school for the instruction of young girls. Saint Angela was the...

  • January 26: Saints Timothy and Titus, Bishops

    Saint Timothy Saint Timothy was born at Lystra in Lycaonia. He was an educated man who had great interest in reading the Bible though a convert who just embraced the faith at that time in the company of his mother and grand mother through the preaching of Saint Paul. The...

  • January 25: Conversion of St. Paul the Apostle

    Saint Paul was a Roman citizen by birth born in Tarsus. The story of the Apostles of Jesus would not be complete without a mention of Paul the apostle; just as the story of the first martyr Saint Stephen would not be told without Paul. He witnessed the stoning and...

  • January 24: St. Francis De Sales

    Birth:  1567 Died: 1622 Patron Saint of Writers. Outstanding Virtue: Loving God in every event of life. Saint Francis De Sales was a Philosopher, Theologian, Civil and Canon Lawyer.   He abandoned all the honours lined up for him as well as his parents high plans for him and embraced...

  • December 1: St. Bibiana

    In the year 363, Julian the Apostate made Apronianus Governor of Rome. St. Bibiana suffered in the persecution started by him. She was the daughter of Christians, Flavian, a Roman knight, and Dafrosa, his wife. Flavian was tortured and sent into exile, where he died of his wounds. Dafrosa was beheaded, and their two daughters, Bibiana...

  • June 21: St. Aloysius Gonzaga

    BORN: March 9, 1568 DIED:  June 21, 1591. Saint Aloysius from early childhood desired and longed to serve his Creator God. He was innocent and pure. He was exposed to the worldly wealth and pleasure in order to distract his love for God but all proved abortive. He later entered...

  • June 20: St. Silverius

    This saint of God was a great defender of our faith. He never compromised his faith with fame or wealth. He was exiled because of his refusal to evil request of the Empress Theodora. Interestingly. He knew that this refusal would cost him his life, but was not deterred. He...

  • June 19: St. Romauld

    BORN:  956 DIED:  June 19, 1027 At early years of Saint Romuald, there was a strong and sincere desire to be nearer God but like saint Paul, the body was weak and led to his quick swift to worldly things. He later made another quick turn to the monastery after...

  • June 17: St. Harvey

    Saint Harvey is usually invoked against eye-sores. He was born blind and his father died while he was an infant and later his mother handed him over to a holy man called Arzian. He became an Abbot of the community his uncle founded though without being ordained. H e worked...

  • June 16: St. John Francis Regis

    This saint of God was a Jesuit priest. He laboured diligently in reaching out to many people with numerous record of conversions. In Spite of these good works, he met with many difficulties and sufferings which he bore patiently while converting them to spiritual advantages. His zeal to do God’s...