There are many Catholic saints that had a hard life, but they managed to get over all the troubles they had and are great role models for us. Catholic saints are teaching us important lessons that will change our lives for sure. There have been many books written about Catholic saints’ life and they are applicable even for our present life. Catholic saints talked a bout loving the others, forgiving them, so they taught us great values and life principles that will always be available. Catholic saints are very important for our kids as they will understand a lot of important and valuable things about how to live a nice and happy life.
Filed under: Catholic Saints - 12 Oct 2011 | Spread the word !
Catholic saints are very important for our lives. They are great and wise examples about how life should be lived. Catholic saints are a good lesson especially for children as now is the time when they begin to understand more about life and about themselves. Catholic saints are also a life lesson even for the adults as we all learn something new as long as we leave, no matter how experienced we are. Catholic saints teach us to love the others very much and to understand them, also not to judge them and to think that they are people just like us. Love, compassion, patience, care are some of the most important things we should learn from the Catholic saints.
Filed under: Catholic Saints - 06 Sep 2011 | Spread the word !
The religion we have should not be an impediment for the mutual understanding between people, we are all humans at the end and we should respect who we are and what we believe in. For example, many people believe in the Catholic saints and many couple want their kid to have the name of one of the Catholic saints. (more…)
Filed under: Catholic Saints - 25 Aug 2011 | Spread the word !
Saint Patrick is honored by the Roman Catholic Church on the 17th of March and He is considered the patron of Ireland. Saint Patrick’s Day is one of the most important holidays for the Catholic people, being celebrated all around the world.
Patrick was born in the 4th century in Roman Britain, also known as Britannia, a part of Great Britain as we know today which was controlled in that time by the Roman Empire. He was born in a religious family: his father was a deacon and his grandfather a priest. The legend says that Patrick was only four years old when his family was captured and taken to Ireland, which was then considered a profane country. (more…)
Filed under: Catholic Saints - 27 Jul 2011 | Spread the word !
The Catholic Saints that we cherish now were some day simple people, people who completely trusted God and who had an exemplary life. When celebrating different Catholic Saints we need to be able to bring some joy into our lives and honor them. Catholic saints are an example for all of us and the devotion they had for their faith is something that every single one of us should admire. (more…)
Filed under: Catholic Saints - 07 Jul 2011 | Spread the word !
Saints are those people who followed Jesus, those who were trusty to Him, who folowed Jesus preach. Catholic Saints had a life that can be anytime an example for all the people. Catholic saints taught us lessons that are important for our everyday life and anytime we can learn from them. Even the names of Catholic Saints symbolize what they have done in their lives. Their name also mean something different and guide us through what was there in their past, so we can learn something from their experience. (more…)
Filed under: Catholic Saints - 02 Dec 2010 | Spread the word !
Most people would not know that the Catholic Saints from past years have their own day in which the churches give them praise and the Catholic people pray for these saints to do good on the earth. Many of the Christians did not understand the reason for saints and took them as people they were not. Becoming a saint is something that takes devotion to the god that you worship without fear of repression or of persecution. The life of a saint would have been very tough, full of sacrifice and hardship as well as the problems that other religions and different people of different faith caused them. (more…)
Filed under: Catholic Saints - 15 Sep 2010 | Spread the word !
Here is an interesting list of not only catholic Saints but the angels who helped them along the way. There are also some short details of who these saint were and what they did to become saints.
Saint Agath was a virgin and a martyr
Saint Albinus a bishop
Saint Ambrose was a bishop too
Saint Andrew was an Apostle
Saint Bertha was a widow and a abbess (more…)
Filed under: Catholic Saints - 19 Aug 2010 | Spread the word !
The Roman Catholic religion has a long tradition of having many saints within it, and that tradition has even passed over into the secular world, and into other religions. Roman Catholic saints are actually people who were once on this Earth, although many of them have long ago passed. Since that time, they have been honored for many, many years in the church and throughout the world. (more…)
Filed under: Catholic Saints - 31 May 2010 | Spread the word !
The list of Catholic saints contains more than 10,000 names. The Roman Catholic church chooses saints through a process called canonization. Beginning with the first martyrs of the early Church, saints were selected based on public acclaim. There was no hard and fast rule used to recognize saints. Because many stories were misrepresented by legend, and some never truly existed, the Vatican took over as the main authority for sanctioning saints. (more…)