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Radical Saints: Josephine Bakhita

Born about 1869 in Sudan | Died February 8, 1947, in Italy Canonized October 1, 2000 | Feast Day: February 8
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Radical Saints: Mary MacKillop

Born January 15, 1842, in Australia | Died August 8, 1909, in Australia Canonized October 17, 2010 | Feast Day: August 8
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Radical Saints: Katharine Drexel

Born November 26, 1858, in the United States | Died March 3, 1955, in the United States Canonized October 1, 2000 | Feast Day: March 3
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Love Letters From God

The Sacred Scriptures ... are most fittingly likened to a honeycomb, for while in the simplicity of their language they seem dry, within they are filled with sweetness. —Hugh of St. Victor, Didascalicon
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Here's to Strong Women

I grew up in a family of three girls, and my parents taught my sisters and me that we are capable of doing anything we put our minds to. It is a message that we all took to heart and have carried forward with us in our lives. 
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Saint Francis: A Quick Look at An Inspiring Life

If you’ve only heard of one saint, chances are it is Saint Francis of Assisi. His international popularity hasn’t waned in 800 years. In fact, if Francis were a man born ahead of his time, in many ways his time is now.
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The Beatitude Attitude

The Beatitudes. Doesn’t it just make you smile to say that out loud, to think of Jesus going up that mountain, sitting down, and then speaking those beautiful words?
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Ask a Franciscan: How Did Evil Begin?

Q. What is the absolute root cause of evil? How can an absolute evil (the devil) come from an absolute good (God)? Didn’t Satan choose something that already existed? If paradise is real, how could evil enter into it? When people speak of “free will,” it sounds as though they mean “without God.” If so, isn’t free will a bad thing?
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Becoming a Fool for Christ

Contrary to popular opinion, I think it’s sometimes good to be a fool. Allow me to explain.
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White Savior: A Look at Race and Religion

Though keeping ourselves informed on the racial divide in this country is important, sometimes we can find information and inspiration along the pop-culture landscape. Here are four documentaries to stream.
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