The miracle attributed to Pope John Paul I’s intercession is the 2011 healing of a girl in the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires, Argentina, from a severe form of encephalopathy, a disease affecting the brain.
All you holy men and women, pray for us!
Saint Evaristus succeeded Saint Anacletus as pope.
“Sts. Crispin and Crispinian were brothers. Together, they evangelized Gaul in the middle of the third century.”
“The Cardinals elected him Pope at the Conclave of 16 October 1978, and he took the name of John Paul II.”
“This great martyrdom occurred in Cologne, at Germany, and a shrine has been erected to them there, containing as may of their bones as could be rescued.”
“Luke came to Christianity from Judaism or paganism, although there are strong suggestions that Luke was a gentile convert.”
“Pope John’s spirit of humble simplicity, profound goodness, and deep life of prayer radiated in all that he did…”
The story of St. Thais is akin to the one of St. Mary Magdalene.
The Carthusian monks are “notable for their strictly traditional and austere rule of contemplative life.”
“The three Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael are the only angels named in Sacred Scripture and all three have important roles in the history of salvation.”
Sister Annelvira Ossoli, Sister Vitarosa Zorza, and Sister Danielangela Sorti may eventually become saints as their Causes will be promulgated.