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American Saints
The meaning of the Folds of our Flag Now more than ever we need true role models, not the front stage failures we now have. We propose that the American Saints are true role models for us to emulate.

Study their hardships and struggles and failures and their triumphs.  They have a lot to say to us today.

Give them a chance to help you.

Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos - America's miracle worker
Saint Frances Cabrini First Canonized American Saint
Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha
First Native born American Blessed

Saint John Neumann
North American Martyrs
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton

Saint Katharine Drexel
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Francis Xavier Seelos

Bob and Penny Lord journeyed to the Shrine of Blesssed Francis Xavier Seelos and captured his amazing life story in this one hour dvd.

This is truly a Saint of Miracles in recent time that speaks clearly to us today.

Many testimonies of healings are included in this dvd.

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Taped in New Orleans

One Hour DVD - $19.95

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His is a powerful story, one that you should take seriously.  We are the most blessed, in that we were able to spend days at his shrine, interviewing Fr. Byron Miller, Joyce Boudreaux, and many other involved in the cause for his Canonization.

Give yourselves a treat.  Go to the Shrine of Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos in New Orleans. www.seelos.org



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Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos

Family, we must be the most blessed servants of the Lord on this earth.  He allows us to experience the most beautiful and uplifting miracles. 

We returned to Louisiana last week, where we experienced Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos. 

I use the term “Experience” because we have never had the gift of seeing the power of the following this Blessed has been given by Our Lord Jesus. 

His story is fascinating, but even more fascinating is being eyewitnesses to a following of thousands of faithful believers, taking part in a three-times-a-year Mass and Healing Ceremony.  You have had to be there to believe how loved this priest is.  For the Healing Service, which took place after the Mass ended, there were anywhere from 1500 to 2000 people, waiting on line to be blessed.  There were eight priests in four aisles, blessing the people who waited up to an hour to receive this special gift.  And this for a priest whose life was snuffed out by Yellow Fever after being on assignment in New Orleans for only 11 months.  He has a following the likes of which you have never seen.  And hundreds of people give testimony of healings and conversions coming about through the intercession of Blessed Seelos.

But who is this Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos, and why is there such a great devotion to him?  

There are those who had called him a living saint during his lifetime.  Very few people could have anything but great admiration and love for him.  He was born in Fussen, Germany in 1819.  It was obvious to all around him, parents and clergy alike, that this was a special child, destined to do great things for God and for the Church.  He always wanted the religious life.  He was not always sure how he wanted to serve.  As a teenager, he walked for 50 hours from his home town to Einseidlen, Switzerland to ask to join the Benedictines there.  He was refused admission, only because he was too young.  But the truth is that God had big plans for him in the New World.  He had either a vision or a locution from Our Lady, after which he pledged to give his life to evangelizing as a missionary in the New World.  He became a member of the Redemptorist Order, and came to the United States.  Being a country boy from Bavaria, he was not very happy when he arrived in the United States in 1843, but he wrote to his family that he had made this decision and would live up to it.  He spent the next 24 years ministering to the people of the United States. 

At first, his ministry was to Catholics in western Pennsylvania.  There were only 21 priests for 45,000 Catholics.  Eventually, through the direction of St. John Neumann, who was his first pastor in Pittsburgh, he and other German speaking priests ministered to German-speaking immigrants.  He went from associate pastor to pastor to the rector of the seminary to the head of the Redemptorists, back to his first love, Missionary work.  During the Civil War, years 1862-1865, he and a few other priests went up and down the middle part of our country giving missions and retreats, dodging bullets and the rough behavior of the soldiers on both sides of the conflict.  He appealed to President Lincoln to release the priests and seminarians from the draft.  He and another priest met with the President, who was very cordial, but could not guarantee that this could be done.  However, none of the students were drafted. 

For three years prior to his transfer to his last parish in New Orleans, Louisiana, he was in charge of the Redemptorist Mission Band.  Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos and a group of other priests would travel all over the middle states, including Missouri, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio;, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Rhode Island.  He not only considered mission work to be important, he wrote to his sister in 1863, “It is properly the work in the vineyard of the Lord; it is entirely apostolic work.”

One of his greatest strengths was in the Confessional.  Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos reminds us of Padre Pio and St. Jean Vianney.  He would spend hours in the Confessional.  He was gentle but firm.  He begged the sinners from the pulpit to come to the confessional.  He said “O you sinners who have not courage to confess your sins because they are so numerous or so grievous or so shameful.  O, come without fear or trembling!  I promise to receive you with all mildness; if I do not keep my word, I here publicly give you permission to cast it up to me in the confessional and to charge me with a falsehood.”  He chided his fellow priests who did not have compassion for penitents; “The priest who is rough with the people does injury to himself….he sins, at least in ignorance…he scandalizes all who see and hear him…Thousands reject the Church and the Sacraments because they have been badly treated by a priest.”

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Saint Frances Cabrini

Mother Cabrini
Saint of the Immigrants
First Canonized American Saint

"We were sent here by the Holy Father... we cannot go back!"

This video has been two years in the making

Scenes follow her life from Sant’ Angelo Lodigiano in northern Italy to her first community in Codogno,
to the first motherhouse in Rome;
then go to the United States where she labored among the Italian immigrants of the 19th Century.

We visit her Shrines in: Manhattan, NY;
Fort Tryon Park, NY;
Westpark, NY;
Cabrini College, Radnor, PA;
Cabrini Shrine, New Orleans, LA

One hour special
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Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha DVD

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Bl. Kateri Tekakwitha

Lily of the Mohawks

Mystic of the New World
First Native born American Blessed

Come to Fonda, New York, near Auriesville, where the National
Shrine to
Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha stands.
See the village where Kateri lived with the Mohawks and had her ministry. See the first fruits of the Martyrs.
Come to
Kahnawake, Canada, where Kateri went, lived and died.
Meet Fr. Jacques Bruyere, Promulgator
for cause of Canonization of Kateri.
ISBN 0-926143-55-7     $19.95
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Saint Katharine Drexel

Apostle of the Indians and Colored

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Our story begins in one of the most unlikely places, in the home of one of the wealthiest bankers of his day, Francis A. Drexel.  Toward the end of the Nineteenth Century, at the time Mother Cabrini was being called to aid one suffering minority, the Italian immigrants in the United States - persecuted because of language and customs differences, God was raising up another missionary, only to those alienated because of color and origin, although their origin (that of the Indians or Native Americans) dated back farther than those who were oppressing them. 

But let us begin at the beginning.  Our journey to the life of a future Saint takes us to Philadelphia, where, in 1774 the first Continental Congress sent a petition to King George of the British Isles called the Declaration of Rights.  Then in 1776, Congress met and representing the original Thirteen States of our country, drafted the Declaration of Independence.  With this declaration, the early founding fathers desired to separate from England so that they could insure the citizens of this fair land Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.  But sadly not all were privy to these rights; as always some were more equal than others...


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Saint John Neumann DVD




Saint John Neumann DVD

Fourth Bishop of Philadelphia


Visit Philadelphia, the seat of Democracy, the first capital of our country, and the home of the Shrine of Saint John Neumann.
Trace his life from Bavaria to America.  He is Patron of German Immigrants.
Visit the first Italian American church founded by this Saint in the last century.
Established over 80 parishes and schools in his diocese.  Founder of 40 Hours Devotion in America.  Patron of Catholic education.
Beatified by Pope Paul VI on October 13, 1963

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North American Martyrs - Auriesville DVD


V70 - North American Martyrs
Auriesville, NY

Come to the Shrine where the Martyrs worked in the wilds of Upper New York State, under the most inhumane conditions.

Stand where Rene Goupil was martyred for making the sign of the Cross on a child's forehead. See where Saint Isaac Jogues held up under the most horrendous torture and yet chose to return to the natives he loved.

To this day, he is considered Apostle of the Indians. See where another Martyr, Saint John Lalande risked his life to go and evangelize to the natives, after he was told his only chance of survival was to stay inside his tent.

ISBN 0-926143-54-9     $19.95

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Pope's visit to the North American Martyrs DVD

V72 - Tribute to the
North American Martyrs

Come to the Martyrs Shrine in Midland, Canada, and the Mission of Sainte Marie among the Hurons, where the five Canadian Martyrs, Saints John de Brébuf, Gabriel Lalemant, Antony Daniel, Charles Garnier and Noel Chabanel had their missions and not only brought the natives the Gospel, they taught them, speaking in their own language.

See special excerpts from the visit of Pope John Paul II. Walk along with his holiness and the natives as they show him their ancient longhouses and where they worked.

Pray with him before the Martyrs' graves.

ISBN 0-926143-56-5     $19.95

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Saints who lived for Christ


Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton A faithful daughter - a loving wife and mother - an obedient Nun - a lover of the Eucharist and Mother Mary - a role model for today
Saint Frances (Mother) Cabrini Pope Leo XIII told her. "Your mission will be in America to help the Italians and make your country loved." Mother Cabrini said, "Yes!"
Bl. Junipero Serra
His last ounce of blood shed for the Church, he loved and brought to the Native Americans, he died as he lived, praying for those he was leaving behind.
Saint Paschal Baylon Proclaimed by Pope Leo XIII Patron of Eucharistic Congresses, he was never ordained a Priest.
Saint Leopold Mandic
Although he would be considered imperfect today (barely 4' 6") this Saint of Reconciliation brought about consolation and hope to thousands.
Saint Dominic Watchdog of God - He fought the Albigensianist heresy - Our Lady gave him the Rosary with the mandate to spread it to all her children.
Saint Angela Merici I want to become a Saint, because I love Jesus. She had visions of Heaven, of Jesus, as well as the devil. She battled the Protestant Revolt with education.
Bl. Frederic
Thanks to him, Our Lady of the Cap Shrine became the meeting ground for every kind of physical and moral distress. The sick found healing; sinners were filled with remorse.Code BJS               224 pages           Many Photos
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Bl Kateri Tekakwitha - DVD Retail $19.95
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