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July 2015: Month of the Most Precious Blood

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Bl. Junipero Serra

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St. Bernardino Realino

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St. Thomas

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St. Elizabeth of Portugal

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St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria

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St. Maria Goretti

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Bl. Ralph Milner

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St. Grimbald

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St. Veronica Giuliani

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Bl. Emmanuel Ruiz

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St. Benedict of Nursia

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St. John Gaulbert, Abbot

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St. Henry

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St. Kateri Tekakwitha

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St. Bonaventure

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St. Carmen

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Carmelite Nuns of Compiegne

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St. Frederick

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St. Arsenius the Great

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St. Margaret of Antioch

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St. Lawrence of Brindisi

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St. Mary Magdelene

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St. Bridget of Sweden

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St. John Boste

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St. James the Greater

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Sts. Joachim and Anne

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St. Pantaleon

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St. Innocent I

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St. Martha

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St. Peter Chrysologus

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St. Ignatius Loyola

 

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St. James the Less, the author of the first Catholic Epistle, was the son of Alphaeus of Cleophas. His mother Mary was either a sister or a close relative of the Blessed Virgin, and for that reason, according to Jewish custom, he was sometimes called the brother of the Lord. The Apostle held a distinguished position in the early Christian community of Jerusalem. ... continue reading



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Emma was a relative of Emperor St. Henry II and also known as Hemma. She was raised at Henry's court by St. Cunegund, and according to legend was married to Landgrave William of Friesach. Their two children were murdered during an uprising of mines owned by William. Grief-stricken, he made a pilgrimmage to Rome and died on the way back. Emma then decided to ... continue reading


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St. Gabriel, the Archangel

The name Gabriel means "man of God," or "God has shown himself mighty." It appears first in the prophesies of Daniel in the Old Testament. The angel announced to Daniel the prophecy of the seventy weeks. His name also occurs in the apocryphal book of Henoch. He was the angel who appeared to Zachariah to announce the birth of St. John the Baptizer. Finally, he ... continue reading



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Irenaeus of Lyon wrote these words - The glory of God gives life; those who see God receive life. For this reason, God-who cannot be grasped, comprehended, or seen-allows Himself to be seen, comprehended, and grasped by men, that He may give life to those who see and receive Him. It is impossible to live without life, and the actualization of life comes from participation in God, while participation in God is to see God and enjoy His goodness.
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