St. Joseph was the husband of Mary, the mother of Jesus. According to the earliest Christian traditions, he was a carpenter or woodworker. The Gospel of Matthew calls him a “righteous man,” meaning he was an observant Jew who obeyed God’s law. Online you’ll find a story about Saint Joseph, a poem, and much more.
Camped on the hill of Slane, Patrick and his companions had lit an Easter Vigil bonfire in defiance of the High King of Tara. Now the king was coming with all his soldiers. Would he extinguish the light of Christ from Ireland, or would Patrick prevail? Find out online.
How much do you like your vegetables? St. Macarius ate nothing but vegetables and bread crumbs for seven years!
The altar server is holding the paten and it drops! What will the priest do? Can Mass continue? What does Saint Wulfran do to show how God can overcome all problems?
From Living Sparks of God: Stories of Saints for Kids to Color The guard roughly shoved the young women into the prison. Perpetua helped Felicity up. At eight months pregnant, […]