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God called Amos to travel to the northern kingdom of Israel to prophesy to the people there.
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St. Barnabas’s memorial is June 11 and he is the patron saint of peacemaking and hailstorms.
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Joanna is honored on May 24 in the Catholic Church.
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Isaiah always stressed the importance of patiently trusting in God and doing his will.
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St. Philip the Apostle is honored on May 3.
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“Is he not the carpenter’s son? Is not his mother named Mary and his brothers James, Joseph, Simon, and Judas?” —Matthew 13:55
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The feast of St. Salome is April 24, and she is the patroness of Veroli, Italy.
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The women of Galilee who aided Jesus and the apostles are given special recognition this Sunday
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The memorial of St. Antipas is April 11, and his is the patron saint of dental problems.
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Tuesday, March 20, is the memorial of St. Archippus
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“She never left the Temple but worshiped night and day, fasting and praying.” (Luke 2:37)
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St. Timothy’s feast day is Jan. 26, and he is the patron of people suffering from stomach disorders.
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These baby boys are considered by many to be the first martyrs of Christianity―the first to die for Christ.
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Micah foretold of a ruler of peace to someday come from Bethlehem, words later referred to in the Gospels of Matthew and John.
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The name Nahum means “comforter” and that is what this prophet offered to the people of Judah.
Theresa Doyle-Nelson

Theresa Doyle-Nelson is a freelance writer from the Texas Hill Country. While her background is in education, with seven years as a teacher and substitute principal, Theresa found writing to be a stronger calling. Theresa grew up outside of the Rochester, New York, area and attended St. Bonaventure University, where her grandfather, uncle, cousin, Godson and nephew are also alumni. After graduating from St. Bonaventure in 1981, Theresa moved to Brownsville, Texas, to teach elementary school, then to San Antonio to teach first grade. While in San Antonio, Theresa had a chance meeting which re-introduced her to an acquaintance from St. Bonaventure, Chad Nelson. The two married within a year, and enjoyed traveling around as a U.S. Marine Corps family. During a three-year stay in Naples, Italy in the mid-90s, Theresa took a correspondence writing course, and has been writing for various Catholic resources ever since. Theresa and Chad have three sons, two daughters-in-law, a future daughter-in-law and five grandchildren. Theresa is also the author of Saints in Scripture.. You can find her online at TheresaDoyle-Nelson.blogspot.com.