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Our Lady of La Leche

Our Lady of La Leche

The oldest shrine to Our Lady, the Blessed Mother Mary, in the United States is the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche in St. Augustine, Florida.

Bishop Benedict Joseph Flaget

Bishop Benedict Joseph Flaget

Bishop Benedict Joseph Flaget was the first bishop of Bardstown and Louisville, Kentucky. He was a very humble man and hardworking bishop.

Bloody Monday in Louisville

Bloody Monday in Louisville

August 6, 1855 is known as Bloody Monday in Louisville, Kentucky. The Know Nothings used violence to try to keep Catholics from voting, and the violence turned into riots.

Edgar Allan Poe and the Blessed Mother

Edgar Allan Poe and the Blessed Mother

Edgar Allan Poe is known for horror and suspense, but he showed an understanding of Catholicism in some works, and wrote a lovely poem to the Blessed Mother

Father Mulcahy, MASH

Father Mulcahy, MASH

Father Mulcahy of the MASH 4077 was perhaps the most important priest on television not named Fulton Sheen. William Christopher, who played him, was Methodist.

St. Junipero Serra

St. Junipero Serra

St. Junipero Serra is the Father of California. He founded the missions that brought the Catholic faith and modern agriculture techniques to California.

Doc Holliday

Doc Holliday

Doc Holliday, friend of Wyatt Earp, went to the wild west due to tuberculosis. Years after the shootout at the OK Corral, he became Catholic before his death.

St. Mary of Sorrows and Clara Barton

St. Mary of Sorrows and Clara Barton

During the Second Battle of Bull Run during the Civil War, Clara Barton, founder of the Red Cross, nursed wounded soldiers on the grounds of St. Mary of Sorrows

Venerable Nelson Baker

Venerable Nelson Baker

Venerable Nelson Baker trusted everything to Our Lady of Victory, and through her intercession built institutions and a Basilica in Lackawanna, near Buffalo, New York.