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St. Francis Xavier: Fearless Missionary for Christ

Today, December 3rd, is the feast day, and has been now for three hundred and fifty six years, of St. Francis Xavier. The sheer quantity of industrial enterprises he engaged for the desire of Christ flounder the ingenuity and captivates the admiration of men. The season has come for a Jesuit commercial. He was a […]

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St. Robert Bellarmine, Patron Saint of Catechists

The reading at Mass from the First Letter of St. Paul to Timothy lists the perfections required of a bishop. Among these we find that he should be “temperate, self-controlled, respectable, genial, able to teach.” These attributes, most outstandingly the last, accurately mark the saint whom the Church celebrates today. St. Robert Bellarmine was a […]