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

  • 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...

  • June 15: St. Germaine Cousin

    BORN: 1579 DIED:  JUNE 15, 1601. Saint Germaine is usually called the saint of suffering and sickness because of her withered right hand from birth; this also led to her being paralysed. She never experienced love from childhood after the death of her mother. Her dad and stepmother ill-treated her...

  • June 14: St. Methodius

    This holy child of God was a native of Syracuse Sicily and renowned learned gentleman. In spite of level of education and desire to secure a good post in the court, God turned him around to embrace Religious life. He was a great defender of the Sacred images and their...

  • June 13: St. Anthony of Padua

    BORN:  1195 DIED:   JUNE 13, 1231. Saint Anthony was a native of Lisbon, Portugal. At an early age his parents placed him the Religious Community of the Canons who took care of him including his education. He was influenced by the exemplary life of these Canons and could not resist...

  • June 12: St. Guy

    Another saint with special love for the poor who laboured tirelessly by the works of his hands to support their needs, He provided hospitality for Saint Francis of Assisi first visit to Corton. He sold everything he possessed and became a Franciscan priest for the love of his master Jesus...

  • June 11: St. Barnabas

    This saint of God was formally called Joseph. The apostles of Christ renamed him Barnabas which means “Son of encouragement or consolation”. This came as a result of his zeal and eloquence in preaching the Word of God. Saint Barnabas was a generous donor to the Church-the early Christian community....