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Gentleman Saint: St. Francis de Sales

Saints are anything but boring. Some levitated, bilocated, and saw visions of heaven and hell. Others served the poor, reformed the Church, converted foreign countries, or otherwise lived heroic lives without performing a single miracle. And some were gentleman saints, exemplifying the virtues of manliness in a unique way. St. Francis de Sales is the gentleman saint extraordinaire. He lived...

The Virtuous Man

Virtue isn't often associated with manliness these days. In fact, the exact opposite is true---many believe you aren't a real man unless you are a "bad boy" or a rebel. But this wasn't always the case. In fact, the virtue comes from the Latin word vir, meaning man. Virtue literally means manliness. In ancient times, philosophers like Aristotle encouraged men to cultivate virtue...

Welcome to the Catholic Gentleman

Welcome to the Catholic Gentleman, a blog for Catholic men. More than ever, the Church needs men. Sadly, many Catholic men have believed the lie that being holy isn't manly, and that the faith is boring. They leave religion to women and children and simply tune out. But holiness is for men. There is nothing more difficult, rewarding, or manly than...