Making Corbels & Capitals

Follow along as Andrew Wilson Smith sculpts the corbels and capitals for the new church. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Andrew Wilson Smith (@andrewwilsonsmithsculptor) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Andrew Wilson Smith (@andrewwilsonsmithsculptor) View this post on Instagram A post shared by...

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Saint of the Month: St. Peter Faber

St. Peter Faber was a one of the original members of the Society of Jesus, a missionary priest and reformer. Peter Faber is the anglicized form of the name Pierre LeFèvre or Favre. He was born in 1506 to a family of farmers in a small village in France near...

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Saint of the Month: Venerable Augustus Tolton

BORN A SLAVE Venerable Augustus Tolton was born a slave and overcame tremendous discrimination to become the first Roman Catholic priest of African descent in the United States. Augustus was born in 1854 to slaves Peter Paul Tolton and his wife Martha Jane Chisley in Brush Creek, Missouri. Augustus was the second...

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Wisdom of the Saints about the Eucharist (part 8)

“Once, in Cana of Galilee, He turned water into wine, resembling blood. Is it incredible, then, that He should have turned wine into blood? When called to a bodily marriage, He miraculously worked that wonder. Shall He not rather be acknowledged to have given the fruit of His body and...

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