Saint of the Day – St. Lawerence of Rome


St. Lawrence (d. 258 A.D.) was likely a Spaniard by birth who lived in Rome while Christianity was outlawed under pain of death. He was appointed by Pope St. Sixtus II as Archdeacon over the seven deacons of Rome and held the sacred duty of tending to the Church’s wealth and distributing alms to the poor. After … Continue reading Saint of the Day – St. Lawerence of Rome