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It is the most widely adopted faith around the world as part of Christianity. Catholicism can be found in countries all over the globe, from South America to small countries in Asia. Hundreds of millions of people are going to a catholic church but how well do you know Catholicism? Are you a catholic or just interested in the catholic faith?

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  • 1. Saint Anthony of Padua (1195-1231) knew from an early age that he was called to religious life. He joined first the Augustinians and later the Franciscans. When his body was exhumed 336 years after his death, it is said that Saint Anthony's tongue was preserved. Saint Anthony is known as the “finder of ______”.
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  • Saint Aloysius Gonzaga (1568-1591) rejected military service and the princely life his family offered him in order to enter the Society of Jesus. As a Jesuit he nursed patients when the plague struck Rome until he succumbed to the disease and died at age 23. Saint Aloysius Gonzaga is the patron saint of this group.
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  • 3. Saint Irenaeus (125-202), born in Asia Minor, was a priest and later bishop of Lyons. He argued against heresies of this sect that undermined principles and doctrines of Christianity. 
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  • 1. Saint Francis Xavier (1506-1552), co-founder of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) with Saint Ignatius of Loyola, was part of a group of missionaries sent to Asia to preach the gospel. He was the first Catholic missionary to enter this Asian country.
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  • 2. Saint Ambrose (340-397) was born to a noble Roman family, appointed governor of the district that contained Milan, and chosen as bishop of Milan by acclamation while trying to settle a dispute between Arians and Catholics over the choice of bishop. The homilies of this famous saint brought Ambrose to the faith. 
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  • 3. Pope Pius XII decreed Our Lady of Guadalupe to be Patroness of all the Americas. Her feast day is celebrated Dec. 12, and the feast day of humble Saint Juan Diego, to whom she appeared in 1531, is celebrated on this day in December.
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  • 1. Pope Pius XII declared Saint Alphonsus (1696-1787) the patron of moral theologians. Alphonsus also founded this religious congregation of priests and brothers living a common life, dedicated to the imitation of Christ and working in missions for peasants in rural areas.
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  • 2. Saint John Vianney (1786-1859) wanted to become a priest but faced a challenge: his formal schooling was meager and he struggled with Latin. He persevered through his seminary studies with the help of a tutor and was ordained. In 1929, Pope Pius XI named him patron saint of this group of people, given his hard work to reach his goal. 
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  • 3. Little is known of Saint Lawrence, a deacon and martyr in Rome under Pope Sixtus II (d. 258), who was in charge of dispensing aid to the poor and needy. After Sixtus was condemned to death by Roman authorities during the era of persecutions, Lawrence knew his fate was sealed as well, so he gave to the poor all of his money and sold these as well to increase the total sum. 
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