Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
Elizabeth Ann Seton is the first canonized saint born in the USA. She was the foundress of the American Sisters of Charity and is credited
Blessed Giuseppina Nicoli
Charity was the rule of her life, her thoughts, words and actions. She lived in humility, plunging herself in the love of Christ and penetrating
Blessed Rosalie Rendu
Jeanne- Marie Rendu (Sister Rosalie), daughter of Antoine Rendu and Marie-Anne Laracine, was born 9 September 1786 at Confort, in the district of Gex in
Blessed Lindalva Justo de Oliveira
Sister Lindalva was the first woman to be beatified in Brazil. She was still a young Daughter of Charity, 4 years-vocation, when she was martyred.
Blessed Marta Wiecka
Sister Marta Wiecka was only thirty years old when she died. But in that short time she achieved great sanctity. Her whole life as a
Saint Catherine Labouré
Catherine Labouré is a very human woman, a saint very close to us. Her life was, at the same time, extraordinarily simple and extraordinarily remarkable.
The Blessed Daughters of Charity, martyred during the French Revolution
All of these Sisters lived what the Apostle Paul wrote to the Romans (8: 35, 39): What will separate us from the love of Christ? neither death,
The Martyr Sisters of the 20th century
In Spain, between 1936 and 1939, a religious persecution took place and a total 13 bishops, 5,255 priests, 2,669 religious and many lay people were