With the spirit of St. Joan of Arc, St. Thérèse of Lisieux appeared to, and helped, French soldiers on the World War I battlefields
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During World War I, on the Western Front alone, some estimate as many as 40,000 military personnel converted to the Catholic faith, due largely to witness of Catholic chaplains.
The Holy Father noted that the feast day of St. Martin of Tours falls on Armistice Day.
BOOK PICK: To Raise the Fallen
Looking back at the legacy of a military chaplain.
Joseph Pearce’s Death Comes for the War Poets will begin its run June 9 at the Sheen Center in New York.
‘Beyond the Front Lines’ is a multimedia look at ‘The Great War,’ 100 years later.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Pope Francis remembered the martyrdom of the Armenian people during his April 12 Mass at the Vatican.