Remembering "Obscure" Saints on All Saints Day


Each year, we celebrate All Saints Day on November 1. In this 2018 St. Louis Review column by Archbishop Emeritus Robert Carlson, we are reminded that you do not have to be famous to become holy. Learn more about St. Amand of Flanders, the patron saint of all who produce beer, St. Theodore Guerin, who opened the first Catholic women's liberal arts college in the United States, and more!

October 30, 2020 - 11:46am

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