Charm St. Catherine of Alexandria
St. Catherine of Alexandria was a princess born in the year 287 in Egypt. During that time, Emperor Maxentius was brutally persecuting Christians. Catherine visited him to denounce his cruelty. Hundreds, including the emperor’s own wife, were inspired by her eloquence and faith. The furious Maxentius ordered Catherine be executed by “breaking wheel.” When Catherine touched the wheel, it shattered to pieces! Maxentius then ordered her beheading. A martyr for her faith, young Catherine’s legacy lives on.
Charm Bl. Miguel Pro
Ordained in 1925, Miguel Pro was a Jesuit priest in Mexico where public worship was banned. But Pro was kind and clever. He served the poor unceasingly and performed the...
Charm Bl. Mother Maria Theresia Bonzel
Born in Germany in 1830, Mother Maria Theresia Bonzel founded the Sisters of St. Francis of Perpetual Adoration. These amazing nuns ran orphanages, served as battlefield nurses, and even outsmarted...
Charm Blessed Fr. Stanley Rother
Stanley Rother was born into a family of hard-working Oklahoma farmers. In 1968, five years into his priesthood, Fr. Rother requested reassignment to a mission in rural Guatemala. There he...