Governor, husband, priest and Bishop: Paulinus led a life filled with virtuous leadership and was thought of as a saint even in his lifetime.
Dr. Jean Lee
Ephrem was largely responsible for demonstrating that poetry and hymns could be a mode of theological discourse.
Sister Marie was an outstanding catechist and educator and a tireless apostle.
Some of the many miracles ascribed to him include levitation and levitation of his walking stick, apparently witnessed by a church full of people.
Vincent gave courageous witness to the Christian faith during the general persecution by the emperor Diocletian.
Twenty-first-century readers may lift an eyebrow when they learn that Hilary, a married man with a daughter, was acclaimed bishop of Poitiers, France, in 353.
The inspiration behind Geoffrey Chaucer’s epic medieval poem “Canterbury Tales” was Becket’s martyrdom, a horrific incident that turned Canterbury Cathedral into one of the most popular pilgrimage sites in Europe.