Dorothy Day Servant of God 1897-1980 Co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement Dorothy Day was an American journalist, social activist, and Catholic convert. In the 1930s, Day worked closely with fellow activist Peter Maurin to establish the Catholic Worker Movement, a pacifist movement that continues to combine direct aid to the poor and homeless with

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The Month of Mary “No one will ever be the servant of the Son without serving the Mother.” -Saint Ildephonsus, Bishop https://www.portraitsofsaints.com/collections/all/all-images-madonna-and-child-n Source All content is property of the owner, unless otherwise specified. This content is not owned, or maintained by Holy Rosary, and is used only for informational purposes. Please visit the content owners

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Sr. Blandina (Maria Rosa) Segale Servant of God 1850-1941 Sister Blandina brought the Catholic faith to the American frontier. Born in Italy, her family emigrated to the U.S. when she was 4 yrs. old. She joined St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s Sisters of Charity and was soon assigned to work in Colorado and later in New

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Archbishop Fulton Sheen
 Venerable Servant of God
 1895-1979
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Archbishop Fulton Sheen Venerable Servant of God 1895-1979 Archbishop Sheen was a master communicator, who proclaimed the Catholic faith through the radio (the Catholic Hour; 1930-1950) and television (Life is Worth Living; 1951-1962). He preached with wisdom, humor and tremendous knowledge of theology, world religions, and Christian denominations. Monsignor Sheen received two Emmy awards for

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Dorothy Day
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 1897-1980
 Co-founder of the Catholic Worker Moveme...

Dorothy Day Servant of God 1897-1980 Co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement Dorothy Day was an American journalist, social activist, and Catholic convert. In the 1930s, Day worked closely with fellow activist Peter Maurin to establish the Catholic Worker Movement, a pacifist movement that continues to combine direct aid to the poor and homeless with

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Chiara Corbella Petrillo Servant of God 1984-2012 Chiara lived a short and ordinary life in peace, with the grace of God. She married Enrico in 2008, lost two children within an hour of their birth, and learned she had cancer while pregnant with her third child. So that her unborn son could live, she refused

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Happy Feast Day Rose Hawthorne Servant of God Mother Mary Alphonsa O.P. 1851-1926 Dominican Congregation of St. Rose of Lima or Servants of Relief for Incurable Cancer Rose Hawthorne, the daughter of Nathaniel Hawthorne, was born in Boston but spent most of her childhood in England. It was a happy, cultured life with travel and

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Father Augustus Tolton Servant of God 1854-1897 Father Augustus Tolton was born into slavery in 1854. During the Civil War, his mother and siblings fled to Quincy Illinois where they became members of Fr. Peter McGirr’s Catholic parish. Eventually, Augustus realized he was called to the priesthood…. More Source All content is property of the

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Venerable Henriette DeLille Servant of Slaves 1812-1862 Patronage: Racial justice Henriette Delille was born, a “free woman of color” in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1812. Her father was a white man of French descent. Henriette founded the Sisters of the Holy Family, a Black religious congregation, to… More Source All content is property of the

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Charlene Marie Richard
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 1947-1959
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Charlene Marie Richard Servant of God 1947-1959 Feast Day: August 11 Patronage: Cajun people, good health, converts to Catholicism Charlene Marie Richard, the second of ten children, grew up in rural Louisiana in a family of loving, close, and faithful Catholics. At 7 years old she started praying the rosary daily and had a devotion

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