Invited by the king to tutor his two young sons, Francis agreed and prepared himself with additional studies. But with the role of the Church in education being a sticking point for many, the king was forced to withdraw his offer to the openly Catholic Francis and, instead, find a tutor more suitable to the secular state.
Blessed Didacus had a great love for the blessed Trinity that he is known as the Apostle of the Holy Trinity.
Bishop Robert Barron discusses how the lives of St Patrick and St Joseph are best viewed as part of a “theo-drama” – with their attitude focused on God.
St Turibius founded the first seminary in the Western hemisphere.
St Nicholas Owen was a Jesuit brother who saved the lives of many priests during the penal times in England.
Blessed John of Parma became the general of the Franciscan order and returned to the spirituality of their founder, St Francis of Assisi.
St Salvator of Horta was a Franciscan brother who was known for his asceticism, humility and simplicity.