"...I always wonder how anyone studying American history could fail to notice—supposing he were just interested in knowing the plain, historical facts about Columbus is that one of the islands Christopher Columbus discovered he named "San Salvador.” San Salvador means Holy Saviour! Why would not a person ask himself about that? Why was the first—named island in the new world called Holy Saviour Island?
Columbus crossed the ocean on a boat named "The Santa Maria.” Is a girl, Mary, remembered from the first century up to 1492 a hard girl to find out about? Is there any information about the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God, a man in the United States could not get in case he wanted to know? How much does any American student read about Our Blessed Lady?" - Fr. Feeney, Bread of Life