The Evangelization Station

Best Catholic Links

Search this Site




Mailing List

Pray for Pope Francis

Scroll down for topics

100+ Important Documents in United States History


Apostolic Fathers of the Church

Articles Worth Your Time

 Biographies & Writings of Notable Catholics

Catholic Apologetics

Catholic Calendar

Catholic News Commentary by Michael Voris, S.T.B.

Catholic Perspectives

Catholic Social Teaching


Church Around the World

Small animated flag of The Holy See (State of the Vatican City) graphic for a white background

Church Contacts

  Church Documents

Church History

Church Law

Church Teaching


Doctors of the Church



(Death, Heaven, Purgatory, Hell)

Essays on Science


Fathers of the Church

Free Catholic Pamphlets

 Heresies and Falsehoods

How to Vote Catholic

Let There Be Light

Q & A on the Catholic Faith

Links to Churches and Religions

Links to Newspapers, Radio and Television

Links to Recommended Sites

Links to Specialized Agencies

Links to specialized Catholic News services


General Instruction of the Roman Missal


Marriage & the Family

Modern Martyrs

Mexican Martyrdom

Moral Theology


Pope John Paul II's

Theology of the Body

Movie Reviews (USCCB)

New Age


Parish Bulletin Inserts

Political Issues

Prayer and Devotions



Hope after Abortion

Project Rachel


Help & Information for Men


Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults




The Golden Legend


Vocation Links & Articles


What the Cardinals believe...

World Religions

Pope John Paul II

In Memoriam

John Paul II


Pope Benedict XVI

In Celebration

Visits to this site


The heathen Emperor and his Christian servants


The Emperor Constantius Chlorus, the father of Constantine the Great decided to test the Christians that were under his authority. He had all his servants and courtiers called into his presence and required every one of them to sacrifice to the heathen gods, threatening to dismiss anyone who would refuse to comply with his command. Those who were Christians resolutely refused to scatter incense on the altars of idols. Only one man proved false to his faith and did what was required of him, thinking to gain the emperor’s favor. Instead the emperor said: “Now I see that you are unfaithful to your God. If your heavenly Master cannot trust in your fidelity, neither can I as your earthly master.” He then dismissed him from his service, while he rewarded the others and gave them proofs of the confidence he placed in them.

© Evangelization Station, 2010



Copyright © 2004 Victor Claveau. All Rights Reserved