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My name is Glenn Dallaire and I live in Bristol, Connecticut. My wife Brenda and I have been blessed with seven wonderful children, thanks be to God. I especially enjoy nature and I have a great appreciation for the beauties of God's creation. I have been a Computer Help Desk Analyst-Technician since 1993.

Although I was born a Catholic, I was not very devout in practice of the Faith during my childhood and teen years. However, thanks to the grace of God and the example of my wife and others, I began a conversion in 1996 at age 28 which led to a deeper faith and commitment to God and to the Catholic church. From the beginning of my renewal of faith I was deeply inspired by the Saints and especially the Mystics of the Catholic church, and the spirituality of the Mystics had edified and influenced me greatly, and because of which I am always reading the life of one Saint or another.

Inspired by the heroic virtues and examples of the Saints and Mystics, I have created this website with the hope of inspiring in others a greater appreciation for the Saints, along with a deeper love for God and His Church. By far my favorite Saint-Mystic is the extraordinary 20th century Stigmatic and Ecstatic St Gemma Galgani, the subject of my first website. Please also consider visiting my other websites devoted to the extraordinary Mystics of the Church, and also St Paul of the Cross.

I enjoy suggestions and comments from others so please feel free to email me at: gdallaire1@gmail.com

May God bless you and draw you ever closer to Himself.
Union in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary,
Glenn Dallaire
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This website was founded on the feast of the extraordinary mystic-priest St Padre Pio, September 23, 2010.
-St Pio, pray for us!

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

HI! My name is Yvette and I personally have had a Extrodinary Miracle at one of Padre Pio's Shrines and I do not know--where to go with my information and I have proof on pictures of it. Can you Please! Help me? My e-mail is: Msladylove56@yahoo.com or Msladylove56@aol.com--Thank You! and God Bless!

Glenn Dallaire said...

Hi Yvette,
You can write Capuchins directly at the Padre Pio Church/shrine: The address is:
Chiesa di Padre Pio
71013 San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy

Or here in the USA you can contact Padre Pio devotions:
http://www.padrepiodevotions.org
Their email address is webmaster@saintpio.org

May God bless you and yours,
Glenn Dallaire

Anonymous said...

Great Site.
I think you should post one about the Miracle of Calanda, I found it amazing.

Glenn Dallaire said...

Hi Anonymous,
The Miracle of Calanda is a great suggestion--I just researched it a bit on the web because I had never heard of it before until now. You are right that it will certainly make for a very inspiring article.
I'll have to research it a bit more from the books in my library...

Thanks again and may God bless you and yours,
Glenn Dallaire

Rebeccabube said...

Could someone send me a link or imfo on saint Rebecca . Born 1839 In Lebonan Thank you Rebecca Bube fonddulacrealty@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Also looking for Mormons who turned Catholic. Have lots of questions for them to be answered. Rebecca bube fonddulacrealty@yahoo.com Can you help?

Anonymous said...

Is anyone here?Wrote on 12/06/10 and still no reply?

Glenn Dallaire said...

Hi Rebecca/Anonymous,
Sorry I am late in getting back to you.
Unfortunately I don't have any information on St Rebecca or on Mormons who turned Catholic. You should definitely try emailing some other websites on the Saints as I am sure some others will have some info.

Thanks and may God bless you and yours!
-Glenn Dallaire

Butterscotch~ said...

Thank you Glenn for consolidating all the saint miracles. A perfectly good help to our assignment and personally a boost to my newly found faith.

God Bless You and your family!

Glenn Dallaire said...

Hi Butterscotch,
Thanks for your kind message.....I am really glad to hear that you are enjoying the website...
For me it is really a "work of love" so to speak, as I enjoy reading the lives of the Saints, and seeing all the wonderful graces that God bestowed upon them, for the benefit of all of us.

May God bless you and your loved ones.
-Glenn Dallaire

stellamaris said...

hi my name is stellamaris,im writing from nigeria is dere a way we can chat through d face book cos i have so much to ask.im already touch by d lives of the saints and i really need a miracle from them.my email is simpletalk042yahoo.com

stellamaris said...

pls i made a mistake on my email address.im stellamaris from nigeria.it is simpletalk04@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your beautiful site!

David Meyer said...

Love the site. Thanks for this work.

I have a question I pray you can help with.

An Orthodox co-worker asked me to name some pre-schism (before 1054) western saints who have miracles that are more typically western in nature, such as stigmata or apparitions of Jesus and Mary. I figured you might be a good person to ask.

Premila said...

Very informative about saints. Enjoyed reading it.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this beautiful site! God bless you.

Nick

M carrasco said...

Hello Glen, I don't know where to begin, My first levitation begin in 1983 I seen myself being lifted up in the air I have seen myself flying/floating in the air
They say that, It only happens to Saints and Nuns but it happen to me too.
I never told anyone because at that time I was only 6 years old and I wouldn't think that they will believe me As I got older I decided to tell my parents about my Levitation experience
I didn't think that they will believe me but they did because they too have seen and felt strange things.
I also want to say here that
Ever since I been praying the rosary everyday with Love and Devotion Jesus and Mary have been appearing in my dreams.This is not the fist time that Jesus and Mary have been appearing in my dreams ,I have seen them in different occasions.I feel very blessed:)





M carrasco said...

genuinelibra21@yahoo.com love to hear from you and let me know what you think

Glenn Dallaire said...


Hi M. Carrasco,
Thanks for sharing. I am glad to hear of God's grace in your life. I pray that Jesus may continue to lead you ever closer to Himself!
May God bless you and your loved ones.
Union in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary,
Glenn Dallaire

Tarcísio Silva said...

Fiquei maravilhado com seus escritos e a sua fé.
Evangelizo através da net com blogs e no facebook.
Infelizmente no Brasil são pouco os conteúdos referentes a Santa Gema.
Fiquei feliz por tão belo conteúdo>
Se possível visite meu site:tarcsilva.blogspot.com.br
PAZ E BEM!!!

Jean-François Kahamba said...

Glenn, thanks to your website I finally understand what means to love God. May God bless you and your family. Don't forget me in your prayer too

Glenn Dallaire said...

Hi Jean-Francois,
It is nice to meet you. Thank you for your kind comments.

I am really glad to see that you are inspired by the website and that you are enjoying and spiritually benefiting from it!

As for myself the websites are really a "work of love" so to speak, and I have really been enjoying creating them over the past few years, and I have learned quite a lot about our Catholic faith in the process, thanks be to God.

And I still have many, many more articles that I hope to add to the website, God willing, and I would really appreciate it if you would please let me know if you ever have any suggestions for articles in the future. Thanks again for your kind comments Jean-Francois!
Best wishes and may Jesus bless you and your loved ones.

-Glenn Dallaire

Abdelilah said...

Thanks Glenn for such a great website. I am on a Sufi path and I am pretty much interested in saints. I love Mary Magdalene and Padre Pio and I want to know if there are living Catholic saints nowadays, mainly in the US. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I love this site! I just finished reading about miracles done by Hindu saints and while doing some search on the internet I came across your site. I find it very inspiring! God bless you for doing such a great work.

I just wanted to ask, I understand you are Catholic but would you also consider publishing miracles done by non Catholic but spiritual saints?

All the best!

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