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St. Joseph Cafasso

Most of our information on Joseph Cafasso comes from his protege, Don Bosco, who wrote the saint’s biography. Joseph had served as Don Bosco’s schoolteacher, advisor, spiritual director, and faithful friend since they met in 1827 when Don Bosco was only 12 and Joseph was a young cleric, only a few years older. Joseph had […]

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St. Eulogius of Cordova

Eulogius was born sometime during the ninth century. There are currently records demonstrating that he was a priest during the year 848. He was highly respected among the Christian communities of Catalonia and Navarre, Spain. Eulogius had five brothers, and all received an excellent education, thanks to their princely delivery. His youngest brother, Joseph, had […]

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St. John Bosco

” When deep sleep comes upon people, in slumberings upon the bunked; then He opens the ears of men, and shuts their teach”( Job 7:14 ). God has discovered things to men in dreams throughout hour. In the Bible we read many fibs of how God spoke to His people through dreams. He revealed to […]

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Saint Gerald of Mayo

Gerald was born in Northumbria, England, and became a monk at Lindisfarne. When Celtic ritual rehearses were forbidden there, he left England and registered a convent on the island of Inishbofin off the coast of Mayo, Ireland. When the English and Irish monks there quarreled, he improved a monastery for the English monks on the […]