Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal

Miraculous Medal

November 27 Today is the feast day of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. The night of July 13, 1830, 14 Rue de Bac in Paris. It was almost midnight; Sister Catherine Labouré was asleep. She was only a novice of a few months’ standing. Almost every day of her … Read more

Saint John Berchmans, Confessor

November 26 Today is the feast day of Saint John Berchmans.  Ora pro nobis. Saint John Berchmans was born the eldest son of a shoemaker in 1599 at Diest, Belgium. At a very young age he wanted to be a priest, and when thirteen he became a servant in the household of one of the … Read more

Saint Peter of Alexandria, Bishop and Martyr

Peter of Alexandria

November 26 Today is the feast day of Saint Peter of Alexander.  Ora pro nobis. Saint Peter of Alexandria, the successor of St. Theonas in the See of Alexandria, was, by his learning and holiness, the glory of Egypt and the light of the whole Church of God. Such was his courage under the terrible … Read more

Saint Catherine of Alexandria, Virgin and Martyr

Saint Catherine of Alexandria

November 25 Today is the feast day of Saint Catherine of Alexandria. Ora pro nobis. “Saint Catherine of Alexandria was born at Alexandria, of pagan parents. She was gifted with great personal beauty, and possessed so extraordinary a mind, that she mastered all the sciences which, at that period, flourished in her native city. The … Read more

Saint John of the Cross, Confessor, Doctor of the Church

November 24 Today is the feast day of Saint John of the Cross.  Ora pro nobis. Father Francis Xavier Weninger, 1876 In 1542, was born at Fontiveros, a hamlet of old Castile, Saint John of the Cross, renowned through the entire Christian world,as the restorer of the Carmelite Order. His mother, after his father’s early … Read more

Saint Clement I, Pope, Martyr

Saint Clement

November 23 Today is the feast day of Saint Clement.  Ora pro nobis. Saint Clement, the son of Faustinus, a Roman by birth, was of Jewish extraction; for he tells us himself, that he was of the race of Jacob. He was converted to the faith by St. Peter or St. Paul, and was so … Read more

Saint Cecilia, Virgin, Martyr

November 22 Today is the feast day of Saint Cecilia.  Ora pro nobis. Caecilia (Saint Cecilia) united in her veins the blood of kings with that of Rome’s greatest heroes. At the time of the first preaching of the Gospel, more than one ancient patrician family had seen its direct line become extinct. But the … Read more

The Presentation of Blessed Virgin Mary

Presentation of Blessed Virgin Mary

November 21 Today is the feast day of The Presentation of Blessed Virgin Mary.  by Father Francis Xavier Weninger, 1876 Today’s festival is called the Presentation of Blessed Virgin Mary, because on this day Joachim and Anna, the holy parents of the Blessed Virgin, consecrated their little daughter to the divine service in the temple at … Read more

Saint Edmund, Martyr, King

November 20 Today is the feast day of Saint Edmund.  Ora pro nobis. Saint Edmund was born of Saxon stock and was brought up a Christian. Though only about fifteen years old when crowned on Christmas Day 855, Edmund showed himself a model ruler from the first, treating all his people with equal justice, and … Read more

Saint Felix of Valois, Confessor

November 20 Today is the feast day of Saint Felix of Valois.  Ora pro nobis. by Father Francis Xavier Weninger, 1876 Saint Felix, of the royal house of Valois, was born in France, in 1127, and manifested in his earliest childhood great compassion towards the poor. While yet in the arms of his nurse, no … Read more

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