On December 4, the day her father is said to have murdered her more than 1700 years ago, Saint Barbara’s Day is celebrated in many countries in the Americas and Europe. She is depicted wearing white clothes and a red cape, which in Catholicism represents fiery love and martyrdom.
Catholic Saints are revered figures known for their holy lives and miracles. They embody faith and hope, inspiring believers to emulate their devotion and love for God.
Every June 24, Midsummer’s Eve envelops several countries in an aura of magic and spirituality. This special night, which coincides with the summer solstice, is a set of traditions ranging from bonfires and wishes to purification rituals. But there is also a deeper story, that of St. John the Baptist, whose legacy is intertwined with this celebration. His life and message, steeped in faith and devotion, are an integral part of this mystical night.