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Monday

Feast day: January 14

Peter Donders was born in Tilburg, Holland, on October 27, 1809, and as a boy he felt called to the priesthood. His family was poor, and his schooling was cut short so that he could learn weaving, which was his father’s trade. At the age of 22, he entered St. Michael-Gestel Seminary. Ordained a priest on June 5, 1841, Peter set out for Paramaribo, Suriname, a Dutch colony. [read more]

Sunday

Feast day: January 5

John Neumann was born in Prachatice in Bohemia (now the Czech Republic) on March 28, 1811. He studied theology in the seminary of Budweis. Zealous for the missionary life and to lead souls to Christ, he [read more]

Friday

A new Redemptorist mission has been inaugurated on the island of St. Vincent, West Indies, and confreres working in the Caribbean region (Dominica, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent) met on the island for an assembly from December 10 through 12.

Even though the Baltimore Province has [read more]

Sunday

Note: Dates of special significance to the Redemptorists are highlighted in red; dates related to Marian feasts (except the feast of Our Mother of Perpetual Help) are highlighted in blue. [read more]

Tuesday

Father Philip Dabney was one of five people to receive a St. Edmund’s Medal of Honor on October 25, 2019. The award celebrates those who live lives of grace and virtue that reflect the legacy of St. Edmund, a 13th-century [read more]