April 11: St. Stanislaus

BORN: July 26, 1030, Cracow, Poland DIED: April 11, 1079 Saint Stanislaus was a Canonist and a Theologian of great honor though he vehemently refused to be awarded with doctorate degree which he so justly merited. This refusal was due to his humility and quest to serve God with undivided...

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April 8: St. Julia Billiart

Born: 1751, in France Died: April 8, 1816 Saint Julia took a vow of chastity at a very tender age precisely at fourteen years of age. She labored zealously to help alleviate her impoverished family. She experienced a very shocking incidence of an attempt to assassinate her father and as...

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April 5: St. Vincent Ferrer

BORN…January 23, 1357 in Spain. DIED…April 5, 1455 Patron of Builders. Saint Vincent was a Dominican, a renowned preacher and a Lecturer of Philosopher. He was a great missionary of the 4th century. In humility, he rejected all honorable positions offered him by Pope Pedro de Luna and requested the...

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April 2: St. Francis of Paola

Born…. About the year 1416 in Italy Died….. 1519 He was born into a poor but devout family. His association with the Franciscan ignited and nurtured the zeal of the solitude life. His sanctity and way of life attracted two men who assiduously embraced this same life style. As the...

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March 13: Blessed Angello of Pisa

Blessed Angello of Pisa is remembered as the founder of the English Franciscan province, credited with bringing the Franciscan rule to Great Britain in 1224. Admitted into the Order by Saint Francis himself, Agnellus was a tireless missionary of God’s love, going wherever he was asked, enduring harsh and inhospitable...

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March 1: St. Albinus, Bishop

BORN: In Brittany DEATH: 594 in Angers This Saintly man was highly known for his piety which he practiced as an Abbot in Monastery at Cincilllae, near Angers. As a bishop, he relentlessly brought sanity and discipline throughout the Diocese. He was a man of prayer. He made a great...

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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...

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