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David Zeisberger was born on April 11, 1721 in Zauchtenthal, Moravia. There is no mention of his parents. However, at the age of six, he moved with his family to […]
He made a covenant with God that day, writing down 13 items, initialing each one.
Pierre Roger de Beaufort was born at Maumont, France, around 1330. His uncle was Clement VI who bestowed a number of benefices upon him. In 1348, the pope created the eighteen-year-old a […]
The family eventually named their ghost “Old Jeffrey.”
Knox was soon imprisoned on a galley ship…
The death of Robert Southwell on this day, February 21, 1595, dramatizes the fact that neither high birth, sincerity, poetic gifts nor a sweet disposition can protect one from persecution. Chances are […]
John Gibson Paton was born on 24 May 1824, in a farm cottage at Braehead, Kirkmahoe, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. He was the eldest of the 11 children of James and Janet Paton. […]
Peter of Morone craved a hermit’s life. His asceticism appealed to certain others, and in 1254 he founded an order known as the Hermits of St. Damian. He lived as […]
History is littered with the names of infamous rogues who drank rolling rivers of blood with devilish delight. Among them was the Spanish General Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, the Duke […]
When Oliver Plunkett was canonized as a saint by the Roman Church on this day, October 12, 1975, he was the first Irishman in almost 700 years to receive the honor. He […]