It’s “American Saints Week” at the Register.
Today we conclude our miniseries on sainthood causes of American men and women with a portrait of a Venezuelan woman who made her home in New Jersey. We also hear from an expert on saints about the importance of recognizing holiness in people of our time.
Maria Esperanza de Bianchini
The spiritual example of Maria Esperanza de Bianchini resonates with many people around the world.
The Venezuelan wife of Geo Bianchini, mother of seven and grandmother of 20, she spent a lot of time in the United States, including the last eight months of her life, and died in Long Beach Island, N.J., in 2004.
In addition to being a loving wife and mother,...READ MORE