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Some of the Real Wonder Women A FOLLOWER OF FRANCIS - June 19, 2017 ... people about it. Of course, she is a fictional character. There are real Wonder Women in the history of the Church. Here are a few. Mother Teresa St. Clare of Assisi St. Teresa of Avila St. Hildegard of Bingen St. Joan of Arc The Blessed Mother St. Therese of Liseux Dorothy Day St. Catherine of Siena Pax et ...http://paxchristirochester.blogspot.com/2017/06/some-of-real-wonder-women.html

7 QT: Seven Sizzling Books for Summer JEAN M. HEIMANN - June 16, 2017 ... traces her passionate youth, her many travels to found new monasteries, her relationships with other great saints, and the challenges she faced in dealing with difficult people. Genre: Saints, Christianity and Church History 6. Learning to Love with the Saints: A Spiritual Memoir by Jean M. Heimann Jean Heimann's new book is a compelling memoir filled with experiences, both positive and negative, and with many references to the saints (including St. John Paul II, ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/06/7-qt-seven-sizzling-books-summer/

St. Hildegard of Bingen-Catholic Summer Reading Group Keeps Us Engaged BROOKLYN BORN BELIEVER - June 9, 2017 ... the last two years and this year we are tackling St. Hildegard of Bingen. She was named a saint and Doctor of the Church in 2012 by Pope Benedict who wanted to see the process completed during his pontificate. It took the Church over 800 years to canonize her. She was a very unusual woman mystic. Hildegard lived in the Middle Ages (1098-1179) and was a remarkable and influential woman, who is most noted today for her music. She was a German Benedictine abbess, composer, ...http://brooklyn-born-believer.blogspot.com/2017/06/st-hildegard-of-bingen-catholic-summer.html

To Be or Not to Be . . . A Saint ASSOCIATION OF CATHOLIC BLOGGERS - May 28, 2017 ... what a saint was. Thinking of stained-glass windows, he replied: "A saint is someone the light shines through." Yes, saints let the light and love of Christ shine through them. For that, they achieved our most important goal: life with God forever. Saints were like us in that they had a sense of humor and were playful. St. Francis of Assisi picked up sticks in the woods and pretended to play the violin. St. Julie Billiart told a sobbing young sister who was ...http://associationofcatholicwomenbloggers.blogspot.com/2017/05/to-be-or-not-to-be-saint.html