Monthly Archives: April 2018

St. John Vianney: The Parish Priest Who Took On The Penance For His Parishioners’ Sins

St. John Vianney loved the penitents who came to his confessional so much that he couldn’t bear to give them the heavy penances required by the French Church – and most of Western Europe – at that time. According to … Continue reading

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‘They Might Be Saints,’ an EWTN Original Docudrama, Premieres This Week on EWTN

Considering the state of the world today, it might surprise you to learn that the Catholic Church in the U.S. is currently considering the canonization causes for as many as 100 people, who have been declared a Servant of God, … Continue reading

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Set Your Hearts on Fire: Join EWTN in Celebrating God’s Redeeming Love and Mercy

  Most Catholics are familiar with St. John Vianney, patron of parish priests. But few know that the future saint deserted the Napoleonic armies to become a seminarian. He never imagined that this act would lead to the death of … Continue reading

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