Saints items

  • Padre Pio of Pietrelcina

    Padre Pio of Pietrelcina

    Padre Pio of Pietrelcina was a Capuchin monk (an order of friars in the Catholic Church). During his life time he performed many miracles. Through a mystical experience he received the five wounds of the Christ (the wounds of the stigmata) – two on his feet, two on the palms of his hands and one […]

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  • A seeker’s journey

    A seeker’s journey

    This video is a very nice interview with Atmananda, one of the principal assistants of the great yogini Anandamayi Ma. Anandamayi Ma grew up in Bengal, which was also the birthplace of other great Masters such as Sri Ramakrishna, Swami Vivekananda, Paramhansa Yogananda and Sri Chinmoy. She spent almost sixty years of her life going […]

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  • The Trial of Joan d’Arc: Film Review

    The Trial of Joan d’Arc: Film Review

    Film Review: Proces de Jeanne D’Arc by Tejvan “…they do not order me to disobey the Church, but God must be served first.” – Joan d’Arc at her trial. Directed by Robert Bresson the trial of Joan of Arc is a fascinating perspective of the show trial of, Joanne d’Arc, the patron saint of France. […]

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  • St Therese of Lisieux

    St Therese of Lisieux

    St Therese of Lisieux As a young girl, St Therese’s greatest wish was to become a Saint. At the age of 15 she felt God was calling her to enter into a religious order. As the convent would not accept somebody so young, she travelled to the Vatican to personally petition the Pope. Soon after […]

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  • Dilip Kumar Roy

    Dilip Kumar Roy

    Dilip Kuamar Roy was a rare combination of the a keen intellect and the devotion of a Bhakti. After a certain amount of deliberation, he forsook a materially prosperous life, to enter under the guidance of Spiritual Master, Sri Aurobindo. In his book ?Sri Aurobindo Came to Me? He recalls with great humility and openness […]

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