Veni Sanctificator

“O Holy Spirit of Light and Love, to You I consecrate my heart, mind, and will for time and eternity. May I be ever docile to Your Divine inspirations and to the teachings of the holy Catholic Church whose infallible guide You are. May my heart be ever inflamed with the love of God and Read more…

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St. Pius V

One of the most important leaders of the Counter Reformation, Pope Pius V (1504 – 72), born Michael Ghislieri in the Ligurian region of Italy, joined the Dominican Order at the age of fourteen. He lectured in philosophy and theology, held the offices of master of novices and prior, and later served as commissary general Read more…

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Blessed Benedict XI

A Dominican friar who later became pope, Benedict XI (1240 – 1304) was born Nicholas Boccasina to poor parents in Treviso, Italy. As a child, he was placed in the care of an uncle who was a priest there. He proved highly intelligent, so his uncle taught him Latin and other clerical subjects. Benedict was Read more…

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