The Communion of Saints

Ever wondered what the Church means when she says ‘the communion of saints’? Did you know there are more saints than those canonized by the Church? Did you know that you’re one of them?

The word saint is derived from the Latin word sanctus, meaning holy. Holiness and sainthood is not reserved for or limited to the religiouslife or missionaries or martyrs.


<– It’s not just for her.
She was married with two kids before she became a nun.
<– Or him. And the answer is yes. He is flying.

We are all called to holiness. Check out a little reflection on the communion of saints here.

Also, you can click on the pictures above to learn more about those saints (St. Rita of Cascia and St. Joseph of Cupertino)!

– Totus Tuus

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