Saint Matthew remained a close follower of Jesus as one of His apostles.
Even though he tried his best, St Joseph of Cupertino was not able to pass from his exams.
Mother Teresa was a nun who described herself as “a pencil in God’s Hands to write His love letter to the world.”
At a young age St. Rose had a vision of Our Lady, who told her to become a lay Franciscan and to be ‘a witness of God in the world.’
Saint Augustine was one of the wisest persons in the Catholic Church and his writings are still studied to this day.
From a young age, Saint Monica used to love praying, going to church, and helping those in need.
Mary teaches us that we should resemble Christ in everything that we do.
After hearing Saint Francis speaking about Jesus, Saint Clare wanted to devote her entire life to God.
St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, known as Edith Stein, converted from Judaism to Catholicism.
Saint Mary MacKillop, a religious educator and the first Australian saint.
This new bekids.mt aims to offer an even more comprehensive catechetical formation for children preparing to receive the sacraments.