Catholic Saints

"Do not weep, for I shall be more useful to you after my death and I shall help you then more effectively than during my life."

~SAINT DOMINIC

"I want to spend my heaven in doing good on earth."

~SAINT THERESE OF LISIEUX

The Church is a "communion of saints": this expression refers first to the "holy things" (sancta), above all the Eucharist, by which "the unity of believers, who form one body in Christ, is both represented and brought about".

The term "communion of saints" refers also to the communion of "holy persons" (sancti) in Christ who "died for all," so that what each one does or suffers in and for Christ bears fruit for all.

"We believe in the communion of all the faithful of Christ, those who are pilgrims on earth, the dead who are being purified, and the blessed in heaven, all together forming one Church; and we believe that in this communion, the merciful love of God and his saints is always [attentive] to our prayers" 

~Catechism of the Catholic Church, Paragraphs 960-962

CatholicSaints.Info

Andy's Resource-of-the-Month, December 2017

"notes about your extended family in heaven"

This website, run as a hobby, provides a wealth of information on the Catholic saints!

Saintly Writings Section - Our Lady's Warriors

Full onlinetexts of various writings of the saints. Awesome resource!

SAINT OF THE DAY - FRANCISCAN MEDIA

This website provides information on the saints and their feast days in both audio and text forms. You may sign up for a daily email of the "Saint of the Day" if you are interested.

St. Nicholas

3 Facts about Saint Nicholas! - Taylor Marshall

Video: By Dr. Taylor Marshall

19 Little-Remembered Facts About St. Nicholas

Article by Joseph Pronechen: "St. Nicholas, one of the one endearing saints revered by Western and Eastern rite Catholics and Orthodox, has many fascinating facts connected to his life that we should be aware of to keep Christmas in our heart throughout the year."

The Real Face of Santa Claus

Article By Ryan Scheel, followed by a short video: See what the real Santa would have looked like! Extremely interesting!