Saint Ambrose was born around the year 340 A.D. His mother raised him in Rome, after his father died when Ambrose was young. Ambrose owes his education and upbringing to his mother […]
Here is a little Catholic humor for you in the style of Robert DeNiro in Taxi Driver.
This coming Saturday, in the Latin Church, we celebrate the Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Because I believe this to be an important feast of the Church, I […]
Saint Athanasius was born around the year 297 A.D (296-300?) in the city of Alexandria. Not much is known of his family besides that they were Christians. He did receive a great […]
Saint Cyril was born in or near Jerusalem in the year 315 A.D. His Christian parents, who provided him with an excellent education that focused on the Scriptures, raised him well. Seeing […]
Today we celebrate, the Athanasius of the West, Saint Hilary of Poitiers. There really isn’t much reliable information on much of St. Hilary’s life. We do know that he was born to […]
Today we commemorate one of the Greats of the Church and the Father of Eastern Monasticism – Saint Basil. He is described as “a luminary of the Church” in the Byzantine liturgy […]