Father Jan Macha will be declared ‘Blessed’ at a Mass on Nov. 20 in the Cathedral of Christ the King in Katowice, Poland.
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The COVID-19 pandemic put a slowdown on the causes of men and women who are poised to become the United States’ first African American saints and have much to offer the universal Church about faithfully following Jesus Christ.
The remains of the Servant of God military chaplain were identified in Hawaii earlier this month. In his home diocese of Wichita and across the country, the discovery is celebrated.
Reports of Father Solanus’ sanctity spread in his own lifetime — along with reports of healings, conversions and resolutions of every kind of problem through his advice, blessing or prayers.
The technologically savvy teen who died in 2006 focused his life on growing closer to God — and drew others deeper in faith.
Venerable James Miller, Servant of God Edward Flanagan and Servant of God Julia Greeley served Christ well in their vocations.
Melissa Villalobos prayed: ‘Please, Cardinal Newman, make the bleeding stop!’ It did. Immediately.
Holy convert, to be canonized this October, will become Britain’s first saint since the 1976 canonization of 17th-century Scottish martyr St. John Ogilvie.
A Vatican committee has unanimously voted to send the sainthood cause of the first African-American priest in the United States to the next stage.