One Connecticut parish has a long legacy of honoring Our Lady.
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COMMENTARY: Reflecting on the example of the new beatus can stretch the expectations and broaden the horizons of contemporary U.S. Catholics.
For the Solemity of All Saints, the Holy Father explained how holy men and women, though all unique, lived the beatitudes.
COMMENTARY: The 38-year-old Knights of Columbus founder, who will be beatified Oct. 31, is recognized for starting the fraternal organization, but it was in his dedication to his parochial mission where his heroic holiness was lived.
COMMENTARY: The manifest potential of the priesthood was fulfilled in Father McGivney’s holy life.
The ‘Protector of Christian Family Life’ is heralded ahead of his beatification.
Fr. McGivney will be beatified October 31 at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut.
The priest’s beatification Mass is expected to be celebrated in his native Connecticut where the Knights of Columbus first began.
Soon-to-be Blessed Michael McGivney’s unassuming gentility, calm strength and childlike joy inspired trust and confidence everywhere he went.