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‘Be who God meant you to be,’ said St. Catherine, ‘and you will set the world on fire.’
COMMENTARY: In 1970, Pope Paul VI declared St. Catherine (Sept. 27) and St. Teresa (Oct. 3) doctors of the Church.
Since 2000, Dominican Sister Nancy Murray has traveled around the world bringing to life St. Catherine of Siena.
St. Catherine of Siena is a saint, mystic and doctor of the Church. Here are 8 things about her to know and share.
St. Catherine of Siena, pray for us!
Offering Mass in the chapel of his Vatican residence, the Casa Santa Marta, Pope Francis reflected on the day’s first reading from 1 John, the reading for the memorial of St. Catherine of Siena, a doctor of the Church.
COMMENTARY: St. Catherine of Siena was once confronted by God about the sin of judging people. Part VII of a series on moral relativism