Legatus Magazine November 2018
Archives / June 2014
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Legatus’ monthly membership magazine picked up two international press awards on June 20.
St. John Paul the Great left the Catholic Church — and the world — a legacy that will last until the end of time. His 26-year pontificate revoluti MORE
When Pope Francis was informed last year that a second miracle had been approved for the sainthood cause of Pope John Paul II, opening the way for his MORE
Is that so? Haven’t you been reading the headlines? Many people behave as though they’re basically evil, including many who never make the news.
A bold defender of the Church, Rafael Guizar y Valencia became a top target of anti-Catholic zealots when the Mexican Revolution began in 1910. To esc MORE
Many who love Collin Raye — one of country music’s most celebrated performers — don’t know much about the man and the many trials he has endur MORE
Mercy Sunday — April 27, 2014 — was a day of celebration in the Catholic Church. It was a brisk spring morning in St. Peter’s Square, overcast t MORE
This richly illustrated book tells John Paul II’s fascinating and deeply inspiring story in a graphic novel format. As a young man, he witnessed the MORE
Likening himself to a circus plate-spinner, Fr. John Love serves as pastor of St. Mark’s University Roman Catholic Church in Isla Vista, Calif. The MORE
Conversion stories are always uplifting reading, and Fulwiler’s memoir is one of the best in recent memory. Raised an atheist, she had all the succe MORE