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...

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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...

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May 26: St. Philip Neri

Philip Neri was born was born in Florence in 1515 and educated by the Dominicans.  He experienced conversion at the age of 18 and left for Rome, where he lived a life of seclusion and poverty.  He studied philosophy and theology for three years before choosing to re-evangelize Rome, where...

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May 18: Saint John I

When John I became pope in 523, Italy was ruled by an Arian, Theodoric the Goth, who had reversed his policy of tolerance toward Christians because of trouble between Roma and the emperor of Constantinople, Justin I. When his subjects appealed to him, Theodoric organized a delegation to negotiate with...

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