Saint of the day


Saint Agnes of Montepulciano

Saint Agnes of Montepulciano

In 1374 Our Lord revealed to Saint Catherine of Siena that in Paradise she would enjoy a glory equal to that of Saint Agnes of Montepulciano (c. 1268-1317). This fact is indicative of the greatness of this relatively little known mystic.


Saint Expeditus

Saint Expeditus

His iconography has rendered the various hagiographic accounts with very suggestive symbols.


Saint Galdino

Saint Galdino

Among the holy bishops of Milan, he occupies a prominent place next to two giants, Saint Ambrose and Saint Charles Borromeo.


Saint Robert of Molesme

Saint Robert of Molesme

The principal founder of the Cistercian Order, Saint Robert of Molesme (c. 1029-1111), promoted the return to a simple and austere monastic life, docilely abandoning himself to the action of grace.


Saint Bernadette

Saint Bernadette

In an age of advancing atheism, Bernadette's limpid faith was proof that God uses the littlest ones to carry out His greatest designs


Saints Basilissa and Anastasia

Saints Basilissa and Anastasia

They were disciples of Peter and Paul at the time of emperor Nero. After the martyrdom of the two holy apostles they piously took care of the burial of their bodies.


Saint Lidwina

Saint Lidwina

She was a Dutch mystic who offered all her sufferings to Christ for the salvation of souls and had visions of Hell, Purgatory and Paradise.


Saint Martin I

Saint Martin I

He showed his mettle when he was elected pope in July 649, because he did not wait for the consent of the Byzantine emperor Constant II, going against the practice that had been established from Justinian onwards, and which lasted more than two centuries (537-752)


Saint Joseph Moscati

Saint Joseph Moscati

“My place is by the side of the sick”, was the mantra of the medical luminary Saint Giuseppe Moscati (1880-1927), a model for every doctor and every man.


Saint Stanislaus

Saint Stanislaus

The main patron saint of Poland was dear to John Paul II...


Saint Magdalene of Canossa

Saint Magdalene of Canossa

She found her perfect happiness in following Christ and serving the lowliest


Saint Demetrius of Thessalonica

Saint Demetrius of Thessalonica

He is highly venerated in the East, where the Orthodox Churches attribute to him the title of Megalomartyr (great martyr)