Who Was Saint Sulpice The Pious?
Saint Sulpice The Pious is a Roman Catholic saint. During his earthly sojourn he became known an extraordinary evangelist and spiritual teacher. His devoted his life to fostering faith, discipline, and structure in the church as well as relentless acts of service to the poor. His Feast Day is celebrated on January 17. Who was Saint Sulpice the Pious? He was born sometime in the latter half of the sixth century to an affluent noble family in the village of Vatan, located
Saint Maximilian Kolbe on Medium
Saint Maximilian Kolbe bore witness at Auschwitz through an act of mercy that lingers in the heart and mind but also the soul. Many lovers of the Holy Rosary use The Immaculata Prayer he wrote on a daily basis, so his living testimony is never far from us and serves to edify our relationship with the Blessed Virgin Mary. THE IMMACULATA PRAYER BY ST. MAXIMILIAN KOLBE Pray for us, O Holy Mother of Godthat we may be worthy of the promises of Christ.O Immaculata, Queen of Heaven