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The first bishop of the American territory of New Mexico, Jean-Baptiste Lamy was the subject of the historical novel "Death Comes for the Archbishop." Tom and Noëlle Crowe relate his work in bringing unruly clergy to heel and bringing the faith to uncatechized laity in the region. The post Archbishop Jean-Baptiste Lamy appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
Fr. Emil Kapaun may one day become the first Catholic saint who is also a Medal of Honor recipient. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us about the dedicated US Army chaplain who died in a North Korean POW camp after selflessly praying with and encouraging his fellow prisoners to survive hell on Earth. The post Fr. Emil Kapaun appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
Fr. Stephen Badin was the first Catholic priest ordained in the United States, a title he took great pride in. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us about this gruff, rigid man who was also a tender and caring pastor, a man who traveled well over 100,000 miles in pursuit of souls for Christ. The post Father Stephen Badin appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
The Battle of Gettysburg is often considered a turning point of the Civil War. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how Catholics played key roles in the battle before, during, and after, including the Daughters of Charity who nursed the wounded and dying and Fr. William Corby, chaplain of the Irish Brigade. The post Catholics at Gettysburg appeared first …
 
Fr. Damien de Veuster came to the Hawaiian Islands in 1864 as a missionary and soon volunteered to minister to the leper colony on Molokai. Tom and Noëlle Crowe describe his ministry among those who were ill and set aside as one filled with joy and selfless love until his own death, which led to his canonization as St. Damien. The post St. Damien o…
 
In 1859, a young Belgian immigrant had an encounter in a Wisconsin forest with a woman surrounded by light. Tom and Noëlle Crowe relate how Adele accepted the call of Our Lady to catechize the children of the region and how 150 years later this became the first approved Marian apparition in the US. The post The Apparition of Our Lady of Good Help a…
 
St. Rose Priory in Kentucky is the original home of the Dominican order in the United States. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how American-born Bishop Edward Fenwick brought the Order of Preachers to the US and established them here on the western frontier of the newborn country. The post St. Rose Priory and the Coming of the Dominicans appeared first…
 
Margaret Brown did so much in her life--helping the poor, building churches, establishing a juvenile justice system, women's suffrage, even running for office and going into acting--that Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us she'd remarkable even if she hadn't also survived the sinking of the Titanic. The post The Unsinkable Molly Brown appeared first on SQ…
 
The Jesuit missionary Fr. de Smet met, befriended, and evangelized nearly every native tribe west of the Mississippi in the mid-19th century and, as Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us, was prized among nearly everyone for his joy, his wisdom, his holiness, and his tirelessness in bringing Christ to all he could meet. The post Fr. Pierre-Jean de Smet, SJ …
 
The Knights of Columbus are the largest Catholic fraternal and charitable organization in the world, and as Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us, we can thank the charismatic and holy young priest Fr. Michael McGivney for identifying the need for the Knights among his people and starting it all. The post Blessed Michael McGivney and the Knights of Columbus…
 
Mother Mary Bentivoglio's story is yet another of overcoming obstacles and persevering in faith. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how this Poor Clare nun came to the US with her community in the late 19th century and was bounced around the country as she sought to establish her contemplative monastery. The post Mother Mary Magdalene Bentivoglio appeare…
 
Ever since he died, there has been speculation that George Washington converted to Catholicism on his deathbed. Tom and Noëlle Crowe look at the reasons why some think our first President did and the attitudes and actions in his life that were favorable toward Catholics. The post George Washington, Catholic? appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
Cora Evans was a Mormon homemaker in the early to mid-20th century who lost her faith soon after her wedding. But Tom and Noëlle Crowe reveal how she reported mystical experiences ever since childhood that led her to Catholicism and eventually to a cause for canonization. The post Servant of God Cora Evans appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
The period between Epiphany and Ash Wednesday is known in some Catholic places as Carnival, a time to celebrate before the penitential season of Lent. Tom and Noelle Crowe Tell us that in many places it is far from the bacchanalia of the popular imagination with many family friendly customs. The post Carnival and Mardi Gras in the United States app…
 
In Philadelphia in 1844, tensions between Catholics and Protestants over religious indoctrination in public schools boiled over into violence. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell how anti-Catholic nativism sparked running street battles that left dozens dead and dozens more homes, businesses, and churches destroyed. The post The Philadelphia Nativist Riots o…
 
Elizabeth Ann Seton was the first Catholic saint born in America and Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how this early 19th century former Episcopalian socialite converted; founded a religious community and Catholic schools; and continued raised her own children despite heartbreak and loss. The post St. Elizabeth Ann Seton appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
The story of the founding of Regina Laudis Abbey in Connecticut is worthy of a movie--and it was made into one. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell the story of the abbey's founding and its determined abbess, which became the movie Come to the Stable, which was nominated for 8 Oscars. The post Regina Laudis Abbey & Mother Benedict appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
StarQuest (SQPN) wishes you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We are grateful for all your support in 2020 whether by listening to our programs, sharing them with your friends, or providing financial support. Please consider supporting our media apostolate with a US tax-deductible gift and help us continue making the programs you love. The post…
 
How did President Chester Arthur become the savior of the original American College in Rome? Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell the story of how the Episcopalian president became the unlikely savior of the first American college seminary in Rome in 1884. The post President Arthur and the American College appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
The first US Thanksgiving would not have been possible without the help of some Spanish Franciscans and a Native American they rescued from slavery and who became Catholic. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell the story of Squanto, the Pilgrims, and the first Thanksgiving. The post The Catholic Saviors of Thanksgiving appeared first on SQPN.com.…
 
A man who was simplicity itself has risen to the greatest heights. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us the story of Bl. Solanus Casey, a Capuchin friar who, as the man who answered the door, made people his business and brought the love of Christ to the thousands of people who sought out his aid and comfort. The post Blessed Solanus Casey appeared first o…
 
At the start of World War I, the Knights of Columbus were still relatively young, but as Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us, that didn't stop them from providing remarkable support to our servicemen in the US and overseas, a service that would be emulated in WWII and later by the US government itself. The post The Knights of Columbus in The Great War app…
 
The Exorcist is one of the scariest movies and books of all time, but Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us of the true story behind it: the exorcism of a teenage boy in 1949 in Maryland and Missouri, the tenacious priests who wouldn't give him up, and the Archangel that finally freed him. The post The True Story Behind The Exorcist appeared first on SQPN.c…
 
Sts. Isaac Jogues, Rene Goupil, and John de Lalande were the first Jesuit martyrs to give their lives for Christ in what was then New France in the 1640s. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell the story of how they bravely walked among the Mohawk people to proclaim the Gospel despite the prospect of certain death. The post North American Martyrs appeared first…
 
There are least three different shrines in the United States that claim to be the first dedicated to St. Thérèse of Lisieux, the Little Flower. Tom and Noëlle Crowe relate how the shrines in Rhode Island, Alaska, and Illinois came to be, their claims to be first, and what makes each unique. The post American Shrines to St. Thérèse of Lisieux appear…
 
Fray Antonio was the "Apostle of America" and "The Friar of the Winged Feet" who evangelized much of Central America, Mexico, and present day Texas and Louisiana. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us of this 17th century Franciscan whose miraculous deeds were only matched by his prayer and humility. The post Ven. Antonio Margil de Jesús appeared first on S…
 
Fr. Gabriel Richard founded the University of Michigan, wrote the motto of the city of Detroit, represented Michigan in Congress, and tirelessly worked for the people of God on the frontier for many years. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us the story of this priest now being considered for sainthood. The post Fr. Gabriel Richard appeared first on SQPN.co…
 
Rising above the flat landscape near Milwaukee, Wisconsin, rises Holy Hill and atop the hill stands a grand basilica dedicated to Our Lady. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us the story of how and why this became Holy Hill and a site of pilgrimage known for miraculous healings and quiet prayer. The post Holy Hill Basilica & Shrine appeared first on SQPN.c…
 
The Old Cathedral of St. Louis, Missouri, was the first cathedral west of the Mississippi and Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell its story, which is the story of the growth of Catholicism in the Louisiana Purchase territory. Now a basilica, the church is a testament in stone and glass to what and who came before us. The post Basilica of St. Louis, The King …
 
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