What better time than St. Patrick’s Day to look to 10 lesser-known Irish-American Servants of God and Venerables?
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The May 15 Mass at the Vatican will now celebrate a total of 10 people the Catholic Church has recognized as saints, after miracles were confirmed to have taken place through their intercession.
Pope Francis Recognizes Miracle Attributed to World War II Martyr Blessed Titus Brandsma’s Intercession
The decision paves the way for the Dutch Carmelite friar’s canonization.
On Nov. 17, the U.S. Catholic bishops voted to advance on the local level the causes of beatification and canonization for Servants of God Charlene Marie Richard, Auguste Robert Pelafigue and Joseph Dutton.
The Daughters of Saint Teresa, who had petitioned that his cause be opened, report that the archbishop lived a simple and austere life, showing great concern for the poor.
The body of Servant of God Patrick Ryan, a Tennessee priest who died in 1878 caring for victims of Chattanooga’s yellow fever epidemic, was moved and reinterred at the city’s Sts. Peter and Paul Basilica over the weekend.
The fraternal organization organized its first pilgrimage to honor the Lakota holy man and pray for the continuation of the Catholic catechist’s canonization cause.
Louisiana native continues on the path toward sainthood.