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Lives Of The Saints

Paradiso, Paradiso! I Prefer Heaven! The Joy of Saint Philip Neri

"I Prefer Heaven" The beautiful and happy holiness of Saint Philip Neri, The 3rd Apostle of Rome by Mike Church This happy angel in human flesh was a living answer to the insults heaped upon the Catholic Church by the so-called Reformation. Don Prosper Gueranger describes Saint Phillip Neri, thus. This Seraph in human flesh was a living answer to the insults heaped upon the Catholic Church by the so-called […]

todayMay 26, 2019 13


The Joyous Miracle of Building A Hospital In A London Swamp

Mandeville, La - Join storyteller and author KV Turley as he weaves this most amazing story of London's oldest operating hospital, Saint Bartholemew's of London. The official version of the story goes like this. St Bartholomew's was established by Rahere, a courtier and favourite of King Henry I. It is thought that it was the death of the king’s wife Matilda, followed two years later by the drowning of their […]

todaySeptember 11, 2018 2


The Great Administrator of The Poor, Saint Andrew Corsini

Mandeville, LA - Born in Florence at the beginning of the 14th century, he entered religious life in the Carmelite house in his native city. "[Corsini was] marvelous by the example of his life and his eloquence...the father and administrator of the poor". On the day of his ordination in 1328, the Holy Virgin said: "I chose you as my servant, one day I will be magnified through you. He was […]

todayFebruary 4, 2018 3


They Called Her A Liar, Today We Call Her Saint Bernadette

Mandeville, LA - Yesterday, February 11 was the 163rd anniversary of a miracle we are all familiar with. A French peasant girl named Bernadette Soubirous was gathering firewood with her sister and a friend. As she approached a grotto near a river, she saw a light coming from a spot near a rosebush. The light surrounded a woman who wore a white dress and held a rosary. Seeing the lady in […]

todayFebruary 12, 2017 1


Birzer and St Augustine on Kingdoms, Thieves, and Governments

Mandeville, LA - Exclusive Transcript - Approximately 1600 years ago, St Augustine knew better than to trust the government, calling them nothing more than a gang of thieves and robbers. And what have we learned in the time since then? Nothing, we trust them implicitly, we cash government checks, and we look up to them as if THEY are Saints. In these times we are in a dark tunnel and […]

todayApril 11, 2012