Saint Teresa of the Andes, O.C.D. (July 13, 1900 – April 12, 1920), also known as Saint Teresa of Jesus of the Andes (Spanish: Teresa de Jesús de los Andes), was a Chilean nun of the Discalced Carmelite order who was canonized as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church.
ST. Angela of the Cross Guerrero - One of 14 children in a poor family, Angela faced many struggles but managed to form her own order of contemplative sisters and committed her life to serving the poor and infirm. Feast day - 3/2. Lord, help me to overlook my own challenges and to focus instead on serving the need of those around me.
Fides et Ratio: St. Thomas Aquinas. Faith and Reason are gifts that God gives us, and the two work in concert, both enabling each other to go broad and deep. There is no excuse for sentimental, insipid, anti-intellectual Catholicism. The heart is the primary instrument for seeking God, but the heart must be disciplined in order to see Him, else it cedes ground to those things not of God. Purity of heart is not reducible to mere warm feelings; it comes through practicing the virtues.
Marie-Julie Jahenny - Marie-Julie Jahenny (1850-1941) Mystic of the Holy Catholic Church - the mystic and Stigmatist of La Fraudais and one of the greatest mystics in the history of the Church, was born on the 12th of February, 1850, in a little village in Brittany (in the West of France), called Blain.