April 9, 2022

Portrait of Saint Julie Billiart

Saint Casilda

Saint Casilda grew up as a Muslim. Facing a serious illness as a young woman, she journeyed to a shrine in Spain where she was cured. As a result, she embraced Christianity.
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Vatican looking at implications of possible papal visit to Kyiv

Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican secretary of state, said it appeared Ukraine could keep Pope Francis safe if he made a wartime trip to Kyiv, but the pope's safety was not the Vatican's only concern.
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Like Green Sunflowers

Look around your life today. Can you see how God is right here? Can you tell that you don’t have to wait for anything else to happen?
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Lent with Padre Pio: Fifth Saturday

From a very young age, Padre Pio spoke of interactions he had with angels, as well as saints and demons. In fact, when he was a child, he often spoke of his guardian angel as his friend.
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God's Vulnerability

God’s vulnerability, which the cross invites us into, is a power for community with God and with each other. 
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