- Dec 14, 2019
Everyday Heroes” is a video series produced by the Knights of Columbus showcasing ordinary men acting in extraordinary ways, who are strengthened by their Catholic faith and membership in the Knights of Columbus.
A letter that touched one young woman’s life in ways she never expected is one she wrote six years ago when she was an eighth grader at St. Barnabas School in Indianapolis. It was a letter of thanks to a World War II hero for his service to his country.
One World War II veteran believes St. Therese kept him alive in the cockpit during six months of bombing runs that ended in 1944 when he reached the end of his tour of duty and returned to the United States.
Though not a veteran, Edmundite Brother Francis Hagerty, a spiritual and retreat director based at St. Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont, is active in the Burlington veteran’s group.
The Virgin Mary and the Catholic faith have ways of connecting believers across space and time.
When U.S. Army veteran Chris Stout and his service dog Tom visited St. Edward School in Nashville March 6, the students and faculty felt like they were meeting real-life superheroes.