- St. Michael the Archangel Story
- History of St. Michael the Archangel Prayer
- St. Michael the Archangel Prayers
- St. Michael the Archangel Apparitions
- The Chaplet of St. Michael Archangel
- Novena to St Micheal the Archangel
- Litany of St. Michael the Archangel
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Why did Jesus, the sinless one sent from the Father in heaven, submit himself to John's baptism? John preached a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins (Luke 3:3). In this humble submission we see a foreshadowing of the "baptism" of Jesus bloody death upon the cross. Jesus' baptism is the acceptance and the beginning of his mission as God's suffering Servant (Isaiah 52:13-15; 53:1-12). He allowed himself to be numbered among sinners. Jesus submitted himself entirely to his Father's will. Out of love he consented to this baptism of death for the remission of our sins. Do you know the joy of trust and submission to God? Read More »
Ever imagined a journey to one of the important religious place, venerating a relic while enjoying the splendor of a very spectacular place often mentioned in the Bible during the ancient times? Do you have the charisma and the passion for arranging religious pilgrimage to the world's most remarkable places of worship in your parish or organization? Then St. Michael's National Travel Ministry is waiting for you!
The Saint Michael National Travel Ministry Program is another avenue of St. Michael's expression of commitment as it promotes more intimate experiences of faith and fellowship to Catholic to better encourage them to help their parish grow.
Join now the Saint Michael National Travel Ministry! Discover how to deepen your parishioners or members knowledge and awareness of the Catholic faith, culture, and history through the travel ministry.
Our travel partner Globus is a world-class leader in escorting vacations, and specialists in pilgrimage travel.
With St. Michael National Travel Ministry, your passion for facilitating pilgrimages, vacations, trips and other forms of travel for your parish or organization will come a long way. You will not only get to rub elbows with the top religious travel experts and visit key religious destination, above all you will immerse into the richness of our Catholic faith as you experience heaven on earth through the pilgrimage travels.
Interested to discover Ireland's history? Then share your zeal to parishes and individuals for an 11-day tour on the Irish Faith and History. Assist pilgrims and explore Our Lady of Lourdes Church, St. Patrick's Cathedral, and Oscar Wilde's Trinity College, Knock Shrine, Church of the Apparition, Folk Museum, Croagh Patrick Visitor Centre, Kylemore Abbey, Aran Heritage Centre and Burren Centre. Also explore dairy farm country in the center of the "Emerald Isle", enjoy an excursion to Inishmore, relish a panoramic drive around "Ring of Kerry" and a horse-drawn car ride through national park, drop by the world famous crystal factory in Waterford, and see Ireland's oldest handweaving mill at Avoca.
If you wish you could also facilitate parishes and individuals for an eight-day tour of the Legacy of Pope Paul II. Let pilgrims experience first hand the Pope's hometown, his favorite boyhood shrine, his favorite Marian devotion site, the city and cathedral in which he served as cardinal, and much more. Part of the pilgrimage is a visit to Cathedral of St. John, Warsaw Ghetto, Franciscan Friary, Shrine and the famous Black Madonna, Martyrdom Museum, St. Maximilian Kolbe's cell, Wawel Castle, St. Mary's Church, and Shrine of Divine Mercy.
You can also opt to volunteer for the 11-day tour to Lourdes and Shrines of France and and aid pilgrims explore Notre Dame Cathedral, Basilica of Sacre Coeur, Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Shrine, St. Vincent de Paul Shrine, St. Peter's Cathedral, Carmelite Convent, Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine, St. John Vianney Shrine, and Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Also glimpse at the family home of St. Therese, St. Bernadette's and St. John Vianney. You may also bathe in the healing waters, attend the "Blessing of the Sick," or join the evening's rosary and candlelight procession in Lourdes.
You could also share your fervor for the Classic Shrines of Italy 10-day tour and facilitate the parishes and individuals in experiencing the best of Italy's famous shrines and cities on this pilgrimage. Help them discover the history, culture and architecture of Christian faith from Rome, San Giovanni Rotondo to Assisi. Part of the journey are stops to St. Paul Outside the Walls, the Catacombs, St. John Lateran Basilica, the Holy Stairs, St. Mary Major Basilica, the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Square and Basilica, the Colosseum, Roman Forum. Also visit the Benedictine Abbey, Padre Pio's friary, Holy House of Loreto, St. Mary of the Angels Basilica and the Portiuncula. Also indulge in the sights and sounds of St. Francis and St. Clare of Assisi's hometown.
Allotting some of your time for volunteer works at travel ministry will come a long way especially for the Grand Catholic Italy. You can assist pilgrims on a majestic travel from Rome to Venice and visit the Holy Stairs, St. John Lateran Basilica, St. Paul outside the Walls, St. Mary Major Basilica, the Catacombs, the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Square and Basilica, the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. Also visit Benedictine monasteries, Padre Pio's friary, Shrine of Monte Sant'Angelo, Holy House of Loreto, St. Anthony's Basilica, and St. Mark's Square.
Your participation to the travel ministry will not only enrich you but it will quench you and your parish with the most intimate encounter with the roots of our Catholic faith.
LIVES OF THE SAINTS
ST. THERESA OF THE CHILD JESUS
St. Theresa, often called the Little Flower, was born in Normandy, France, in 1873. She was the youngest of the five daughters born to Louis and..Read More »
ST. GERARD OF BROGNE
St. Gerard was born at the end of the ninth century in France. Read More »
ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI
St. Francis was born around 1181. As a young man in his Italian hometown of Assisi. Read More »
St. Bruno was born around 1030. This founder of the Carthusian..Read More »
BLESSED MARIE ROSE DUROCHER
Blessed Eulalie Durocher was born in 1811 in Quebec, Canada.Read More »
OUR LADY OF THE ROSARY
It was St. Dominic in the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries who encouraged everyone to say the Rosary.Read More »
St. Simeon lived in the first century. In Luke's Gospel, chapter two.Read More »
ST. DENIS AND COMPANIONS
St. Denis is very popular in France. In fact, he is considered the patron saint of France.Read More »
ST. JOHN LEONARDI
St. JOhn was born in 1541and became a pharmacist in Lucca, Italy. Read More »
ELEVEN MARTYRS OF ALMERIA, SPAIN
The Spanish civil war began in 1936. It has been described as a struggle between atheism and belief in God. Read More »
St. Kenneth who is sometimes called St. Canice or Kenny, lived in the..Read More »
ST. FELIX AND ST. CYPRIAN
Sts. Felix and Cyprian were African bishops who lived in the fifth..Read More »
King St. Edward was one of the best loved of all the English kings.Read More »
ST. CALLISTUS I
St. Callisturi, the great pope and martyr, lived in the first part of the..Read More »
ST. TERESA OF AVILA
St. Teresa was born in Avila, Spain, on March 28, 1515.Read More »
ST. MARGARET MARY
St. Margaret Mary lived in the seventeenth century. She is the famous French nun to whom Jesus showed his.. Read More »
ST. IGNATIUS OF ANTIOCH
St. Ignatius of Antioch has been well-known since earliest times.Read More »
St. Luke is generally believed to be a gentile doctor.Read More »
ST. ISAAC JOGUES, ST. JOHN DE BREBEUF AND COMPANIONS--THE NORTH AMERICAN MARTYRS
Over three hundred years ago, six Jesuit priests and two holy laymen, all from France, died as martyrs here in North America.Read More »
ST. PAUL OF THE CROSS
Paul Danei of Ovada, Italy, was born into a family of merchants in 1694Read More »
St. Hilarion lived in the fourth century. He was an unbelieving teenager when he left his home in Palestine. Read More »
BLESSED TIMOTHY GIACCARDO
Joseph Giaccardo was born on June 13, 1896, in Narzole, Italy. Read More »
ST. JOHN CAPISTRANO
St. John Capistrano was born in Italy in 1386. He was a lawyer and governor of the city of Perugia. When enemies of the city threw John into prison, Read More »
ST. ANTHONY CLARET
St. Anthony was born in Spain in 1807. It was the same year that Napoleon invaded the country. Perhaps that was a "hint" of the exciting Read More »
BLESSED RICHARD GWYN
Blessed Richard was a Welshman who lived in the sixteenth century.Read More »
St. Evaristus lived in the second century. He was from a Jewish family in Bethlehem. They were living in Greece at the time of their son's birth. Read More »
BLESSED CONTARDO FERRINI
Blessed Contardo was born in 1859. His father was a teacher of mathematics and physics.Read More »
ST. SIMON AND ST. JUDE
These two apostles of Jesus are honored on the same day.Read More »
St. Narcissus lived in the second and early part of the third centuries.Read More »
ST. ALPHONSUS RODRIGUEZ
St. Alphonsus, the Spanish saint, was born in 1553.Read More »
St. Foillan was an Irish monk who lived in the seventh century. Read More »
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