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Mother Theresa died in 1918 and was declared venerable in 1994
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Soon-to-be Blessed Michael McGivney’s unassuming gentility, calm strength and childlike joy inspired trust and confidence everywhere he went.
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Mother was always serene, with a smile, and deep faith in God’s will.”
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In 2011, Father Nelson Baker became Venerable Nelson Baker when Pope Benedict XVI authorized the Congregation for the Causes of Saints to promulgate a decree recognizing his life of “heroic virtue.”
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Father Patrick Peyton, known for his slogan, “The family that prays together, stays together,” traveled the world to spread devotion to the Virgin Mary through the Rosary.
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“I sit and let the love of God come to me.”
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Blessed Miriam Teresa Demjanovich died in 1927, at the age of 26, but she left behind an enduring legacy — and a young boy whose eyesight was miraculously healed.
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Ven. Pierre Toussaint died June 30, 1853, and is now buried in St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
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Brother William’s weapons included a scapular, his rosary and a statue of Our Lady of Fatima.
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Venerable Cornelia Connelly shows us that no sacrifice made for the love of God goes unrewarded.
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This American-born foundress of an Italian religious order was declared venerable in 2019.
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Father Mazzuchelli was declared venerable in 1993, when his life of heroic virtue and fame of sanctity were established.
Michael O’Neill

Michael O’Neill is a radio and television host, author, and creator of the website MiracleHunter.com, the top online resource on miracles. His books include Exploring the Miraculous, 365 Days with Mary and 20 Answers: Apparitions and Revelations. He is the creator and host of the new EWTN docuseries “They Might Be Saints” about the lives of future saints and the search for canonization miracles.