All Saints Day, November 1st - Mass Times

Saints are not supermen who are born perfect, but rather are ordinary people who followed God with all their heart. They are like us, they are like each of us, they are people who before reaching the glory of heaven lived a normal life, with joys and griefs, struggles and hopes...Each saint changed his or her life...when they recognized the love of God, they followed him with all their heart, without conditions and hypocrisies.

They spent their lives in the service of others, they endured suffering and adversity without hatred and responded to evil with good, spreading joy and peace...

To be a saint is not a privilege of a few... all of us in baptism have the inheritance of being able to become saints. Sanctity is a vocation for everyone...All of us are called to walk in the way of sanctity, and this way has a name, a face: the face of Jesus Christ.
— Pope Francis before the general audience October 30, 2013
Mary Bonneville