Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Genoveva Torres Morales

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  1. (Don’s wife Cathy here:) Googled this saint, because the first question I have when I hear that a saint or religious lived in Spain during the 1930s is “what happened to them during the Spanish Civil War”? From what I’ve read, there were quite a few martyrs in the zone controlled by the Spanish Republic back then, which included some of the towns where her congregation had founded houses, but I haven’t found anything yet about what happened to her and the members of her order during that time. (Possibly there would be something on the order’s website, but I haven’t done any digging past their home page yet.)

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