July 2020

St. Peter Chrysologus

Saint Peter Chrysologus, also known as Peter of Ravenna, was a 5th-century Italian bishop and theologian. He earned the title “Chrysologus,” meaning “Golden Speech,” due to his eloquent and profound preaching. Saint Peter’s sermons were known for their clarity, simplicity, and deep theological insights. He emphasized the importance of faith, repentance, and charity in the

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St. Anne

Saint Anne, the mother of the Virgin Mary, holds a significant place in Christian tradition. Though little is known about her life, she is revered as a woman of deep faith and devotion. Anne is believed to have been married to Joachim, and their union was blessed with the birth of Mary. Anne’s role as

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St. Bridget

Saint Bridget of Sweden (c. 1303 – 23 July 1373), also known as Saint Birgitta, was a 14th-century mystic, and founder of the Bridgettines. Born into a noble Swedish family, she married and had eight children before becoming a widow. Bridget devoted her life to prayer, penance, and serving the poor. She had a deep

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