“To be saints is not a privilege for the few, but a vocation for everyone.”
The Church celebrates all holy men and women who have been canonized on All Saints Day, but we’re called daily to emulate the virtues of saints.
St. Pio of Pietrelcina “Padre Pio” – Who Padre Pio Was, His Miracles and Feast Day, Healing Prayer of Padre Pio and Other Prayers
Pray alongside Padre Pio in Hallow's upcoming Saints in 7 Days Community Challenge.
Pray this novena to lead you through times of struggle, pain, and challenge.
Seek the intercession of St. Michael the Archangel by praying this chaplet.
Pray this novena to prepare for the birth of Jesus.
"The saints are not superman, nor were they born perfect. They are like us, like each one of us. They are people who, before reaching the glory of heaven, lived normal lives with joys and sorrows, struggles and hopes."Pope Francis (All Saints Day, 2013)
Growing in Faith With the Saints Each Day
Each and every day, saints can inspire us.
As we learn more about them and how to pray with saints, we realize that saints are not distant, unrelatable humans.
They are regular people who lived virtuous and faithful lives, regardless of what the conventional wisdom of their time suggested.
The USCCB even makes mention of saints in heaven “officially canonized or not,” suggesting there are more saints than we recognize today.
Saints can be around you right now, perhaps calling to you when you look in the mirror.
Hallow’s Daily Saint Resources
Our Daily Saint content lets you learn the history of a new saint every day and close with a special prayer or meditation based on that saint’s life, words or prayers.
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