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Read about St. Ambrose, the "fighter of emperors," who also inspired and guided St. Augustine in his conversion to Christianity. Learn about this passionate, scholarly man who willingly stood up for his faith and the Church in the face of heresy and political challenge.
On December 7, we remember the Americans who perished in 1941 as a result of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that hastened the United States' entry into World War II. 2,403 Americans lost their lives on "a date which will live in infamy," as President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared in an address to a joint session of Congress the following day. Take time today to remember the victims of all wars, our veterans and those currently serving in the military. Here are some prayer suggestions from the Archdiocese of the Military Services.
7 is also the Feastday of the "Martyrs of Africa," approximately 200, many unnamed or for
whom there is little if any biographical information. According to Catholic Saints-online, "this is
the collective name of those who died for their faith in Africa Latina, the
northwestern region of the continent."
Today, the Catholic faith is spreading rapidly on the African continent, but the Church there is poor and has many needs. Find out how you can help by supporting the Solidarity Fund for the Church in Africa.
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