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March 3rd: On the Feast of St. Katherine Drexel: Remembering Her Private Audience with Pope Leo XIII

Tin Serving Platter

In a private audience with Pope Leo XIII, Katherine asked the Pope to send missionary priests to the Indians. The Pope responded, "Why not my child, yourself become a missionary?" St. Katherine Drexel was the foun... read more »

On March 2, 1810: The Birth of Gioacchino Pecci, the Future Pope Leo XIII, with a Commentary on the Chalice by Father Richard Kunst

Chalice

The following commentary is from the EWTN series, The Papacy: A Living History, The Papal Artifacts Collection of Father Richard Kunst. This artifact was featured on the fourth episode of the series, Popes of the 19th & 1... read more »

March 2, 1975: Pope Paul VI Recalls Pope Pius XII's Election in 1939 & Defends His Courage & Goodness

Paul VI: A Zucchetto

Montini defended Pius XII, and said he had shown courage and goodness in wanting to protect Rome even in its most dangerous and tragic moments. Pius had assured him that he would never, never leave Rome: "Pius XII did wh... read more »

March 2, 1878: The Birth of Eugenio Pacelli, & the 76th Anniversary of His 1939 Election: Pope Pius XII

Pius XII: A Zucchetto

Eugenio Pacelli was born in Rome on March 2nd, 1876 to an old aristocratic Roman family in service to the Vatican for generations. His grandfather, father and brother all held important positions. Most notably, his brother Fr... read more »

The EWTN Live Interview with Father Richard Kunst



The following commentary is from the EWTN series, The Papacy: A Living History, The Papal Artifacts Collection of Father Richard Kunst. This autographed color photo of Pope Benedict XVI, the first one Father Kunst saw soo... read more »

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