St. Maria Mazzarello (b. May 9, 1837 – d. May 14, 1881) . Was the Italian founder of the Salesian Sisters. She was a contemporary, friend & spiritual follower of St. John Bosco. She was beatified on November 20, 1938 and canonized on June 24, 1951. Her incorrupt body is on display and venerated in the Basilica of Our Lady Help of Christians, in Turin, Italy. Feast Day May 13. YBH
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(Image source: Wikimedia Commons) “If the poison of pride is swelling up in you, turn to the Eucharist; and that Bread, which is your God humbling and disguising Himself, will teach you humility. I...
Photographs of St. Bernadette Marie Soubirous of Lourdes. Her body remains incorrupt to this very day and can be viewed at Nevers, France.
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“The poor today - and there are many ways of being poor! - feel at home in Banneux. They come here to find comfort, courage, hope, union with God in their affliction. I encourage the pilgrims who come here to pray to her, who, always & everywhere in the Church, reflects the face of the Mercy of God.” ~ Pope John Paul II proclaimed these words during his Banneux, Belgium visit in reference to Our Blessed Mother. The Virgin of the Poor appeared 8 times in 1933 bringing a message of prayer…