April 4

St Isidore of Seville

St. Isidore of Seville

As bishop in Spain during the twilight of the Roman empire, Isidore championed education and literacy among religious and laity alike. His focus was to weld a new nation from the various peoples of the Hispano-Gothic kingdom…

April 16

St. Bernadette Soubirous

Bernadette was born poor and from young years, in a state of pain. Because of their poverty, her family was unable to provide for her health, and she spent time in foster homes and boarding schools…

April 29

St. Catherine of Siena

Catherine’s father was a dyer and mother a poet, and she was born second to last in a family of 22. From early on, she was animate by visions a spiritual exercises to pursue complete holiness and turned her bedroom into a hermitage for three years. …

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