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Saints for Religious Liberty July 4

Archdiocese of St. Louis Born to a wealthy and politically influential family; his mother was the painter Adelaide Ametis; his father was an agnostic, the founder and editor of the liberal newspaper …More
Archdiocese of St. Louis Born to a wealthy and politically influential family; his mother was the painter Adelaide Ametis; his father was an agnostic, the founder and editor of the liberal newspaper La Stampa, and became the Italian ambassador to Germany. A pious youth, average student, outstanding athlete and mountain climber, he was extremely popular with his peers, known by the nickname “Terror” due to his practical jokes. He was tutored at home for years with his younger sister Luciana. He studied minerology in an engineering program after graduating high school. He worked often with Catholic groups like Apostleship of Prayer and the Company of the Most Blessed Sacrament that ministered to the poor and promoted Eucharistic adoration, Marian devotion, and personal chastity. He became involved in political groups like the Young Catholic Workers Congress, the Popular Party, the Catholic Student Federation, Catholic Action and Milites Mariae that supported the poor, opposed Fascism …More
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Our Lady of Refuge

Agatha Yun Jeom-Hye
Albert Quadrelli
Andrew of Crete
Anthony Daniel
Aurelian of Lyons
Bertha of Blangy
Carileffo of Anille
Catherine Jarrige
Cesidio Giacomantonio
Damiano Grassi of Rivoli
Donatus of Libya
Elias of Jerusalem
Elizabeth of Portugal
Finbar of Wexford
Fiorenzo of Cahors
Flavian of Antioch
Giocondiano
Giovanni of Vespignano
Hatto of Ottobeuren
Henry of Albano
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Our Lady of Refuge

Agatha Yun Jeom-Hye
Albert Quadrelli
Andrew of Crete
Anthony Daniel
Aurelian of Lyons
Bertha of Blangy
Carileffo of Anille
Catherine Jarrige
Cesidio Giacomantonio
Damiano Grassi of Rivoli
Donatus of Libya
Elias of Jerusalem
Elizabeth of Portugal
Finbar of Wexford
Fiorenzo of Cahors
Flavian of Antioch
Giocondiano
Giovanni of Vespignano
Hatto of Ottobeuren
Henry of Albano
Innocent of Sirmium
Jozef Kowalski
Jucundian
Laurian of Seville
Lauriano of Vistin
Maria Crocifissa Curcio
Maria Ripamonti
Namphanion the Archmartyr
Natalia of Toulouse
Odo the Good
Odolric of Lyon
Pedro Romero Espejo
Pier Giorgio Frassati
Petrus Kibe Kasui
Sebastia of Sirmium
Theodore of Cyrene
Theodotus of Libya
Ulric of Augsburg
Ulric of Ratzeburg
Valentine of Langres
Valentine of Paris
William of Hirsau

Martyred in England
Edward Fulthrop
Henry Abbot
John Carey
John Cornelius
Patrick Salmon
Thomas Bosgrave
Thomas Warcop
William Andleby