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For Greater Glory - The Cristiada
Excerpt: In the early 1900's, Mexico enacted laws aimed at destroying the influence of the Catholic Church and for all intents and purposes to remove it from the country.
 

Speaking the Truth While Losing His Head
Excerpt: St. John the Baptist was the first and only child born to a Jewish priest named Zachary and his wife, Elizabeth. Elizabeth was a relative of the Blessed Virgin Mary and believed to be barren and past the age of child bearing.
 

St. Therese, Patron of Missionaries?
Excerpt: If we think of the great missionary Saints, many names will probably come to mind: Francis Xavier, Isaac Jogues, perhaps Mother Teresa, and certainly St. Paul. One of the ironies of our Faith, however, is that if we look for the patroness of missionaries, we will find a Saint who spent her entire adult life in a convent in France: St. Therese of Lisieux, the Little Flower.
 

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