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We often think our children have to “grow up” before they can pursue a career, choose a vocation, or “do something” with their lives. The truth is that many great saints have done great things for God even as children. This is a list of 100 cool saints for young Catholics—girls and boys who have served God in remarkable ways before their 35th birthdays. Some of these young people were martyrs who stood up for their faith. Others felt God’s call on their life at an e Catholic Girl, Catholic Saints, Catholic Vocations, Maria Goretti, Saint Quotes Catholic, Sunday School Activities, Help The Poor, Serve God, Youth Ministry

We often think our children have to “grow up” before they can pursue a career, choose a vocation, or “do something” with their lives. The truth is that many great saints have done great things for God even as children. This is a list of 100 cool saints for young Catholics—girls and boys who have served God in remarkable ways before their 35th birthdays. Some of these young people were martyrs who stood up for their faith. Others felt God’s call on their life at an e

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Jill Sawicki
10 things you didn't know about St Francis of Assisi Catholic Saints, Patron Saints, Catholic Church, Religious Images, Religious Art, St Francis Assisi, Saint Francis, St Francisco, Christian Art

October 4th is the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. Here are some facts you may not have known about St. Francis. When he was born, he was given the name Giovanni by his mother. His father, Pietro di Bernardone, a prosperous silk merchant, was a Francophile and took to calling his son Francesco ("the Frenchman") instead. As a young man, he lived an extravagant life - he liked gambling, drinking, partying and women. He became a soldier and went to fight against Perugia and was taken as a…

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Jadwiga Kuica

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