Saint Spotlight: Paula and Eustochium

One day, my friend and I were trying to find out who helped St. Jerome translate the scriptures into Latin…

I stumbled across this information while searching for a saint to write about, not while searching for an answer to our question!

Soon after this discovery, I found images of these saints in my friend’s photos.

Because there are so many connections, it seems this information was revealed for a purpose.

I believe that I’m meant to write about these saints.

This Saint Spotlight is dedicated to: Paula and Eustochium.
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Our Lady of Guadalupe

Today, December 12th is the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

The Blessed Virgin Mary appeared under this title in Mexico on December 9 and December 12, 1531.

I’d like to share facts about this event in honor of her feast.

“Know, know for sure, my dearest, littlest, and youngest son, that I am the perfect and ever Virgin Holy Mary, Mother of the God of truth through Whom everything lives, the Lord of all things near us, the Lord of heaven and earth…” ~ Our Lady of Guadalupe

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A New Series

I was recently inspired to begin a new series on my blog!

Since I enjoy learning about the saints, and they’re an important part of the Catholic Faith, I decided to create a series for them.

The new series is called Saint Spotlight. 

In this series I’ll highlight a saint for a specific purpose. It will most likely be a saint whose feast is celebrated in the current month.

I’ll describe the life of the saint and provide interesting information that I find.

I’ll choose saints from different time periods and walks of life, some well-known and some obscure.

Today I’ll present a saint I recently learned about: Frances Xavier Cabrini.

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