Jesus of Nazareth

Our Lady of Guadalupe 


The Sacrament is a Christian rite recognized as of particular importance and significance. There are various views on the existence and meaning of such rites. Many Christians consider the sacraments to be a visible symbol of the reality of God, as well as a channel for God's grace. Many denominations,

Hold to the definition of sacrament formulated by Augustine of Hippo: an outward sign of inward grace, that has been instituted by Jesus Christ.

Sacraments signify God's grace in a way that is outwardly observable to the participant.

The Catholic Church, Hussite Church, and the Old Catholic Church recognize seven sacraments:

What is different from mainstream Protestants


An incomplete list of people and angels whom the Catholic Church has canonized as saints. According to Catholic theology, all saints enjoy the beatific vision. Many of the saints listed here are to be found in the General Roman Calendar, while others may also be found in the Roman Martyrology; still, others are particular to local places, and their recognition does not extend to the larger worldwide church.

The Roman Catholic Church recognizes more than 10,000 saints, but our House of Bishops indicates only some of them (close to a hundred) who are our role models for the member of EMMCM and FAICL,  which we included persons NOT Canonized but worth being in our list of persons whose behaviour, an example that can be emulated by our members.

Veneration of Holy Persons

The English word "saint" comes from the Latin "sanctus". The word translated in Greek is "hagios", which means "holy".The word hagios appears
229 times in the Greek New Testament, and its English translation 60 times in the corresponding text of the King James Version of the Bible 

St. Catherinae Tekakwitha 

Saint Francis Assisi 

Brother André

born Alfred Bessette

Montréal Qc 

St. Mary Magdalene 

St. Martha 

St. Peter 

St Anthony Padua 

Saint Clare Assisi 

St Thérèse of Lissieux 

St John the Baptizer 

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