I agree that Liguori is an important character. I have come to this article looking for neutral information but was disappointed: the article reads like an apology and dwells largely on an adoring view. Assorted links could help to look up what is meant by a Catholic Saint, a Doctor of the Catholic Church, a Catholic "spiritual writer", a Catholic Congregation, etc. In the Catholic Encyclopaedia Liguori is presented in extenso with no pretense to be neutral; the corresponding external link is missing. --Lupo Manaro 09:52, 1 November 2006 (UTC)
Saint Alphonsus' cassock 
I'm curious, on some pictures of Saint Alphonsus, why are his cassock and mozzetta blue? I'm pretty sure that blue was never a colour for cassocks -- only white, red, purple and black were permitted. I thought it might be the colour of Saint Alphonsus' order's habit, but I don't think the CSSRs ever had blue. Saint John Neumann was a bishop too, and all I've seen him in was either a black cassock (I think it's a Jesuit-style cassock?) and the black Bishop's cassock.J.J. Bustamante 11:22, 19 July 2007 (UTC)
Complete name 
Alphonsus Mary Antony John Cosmas Damian Michael Gaspard de' Liguori ...should his complete name be in the article? It's in the italian wikipedia.
Soulrefrain 03:27, 24 July 2007 (UTC)
- Sounds good to me. Carl.bunderson 19:06, 3 August 2007 (UTC)
- Great! Kindly check out how I placed the complete name in the article and please provide comments. Thanks. Soulrefrain 00:40, 9 August 2007 (UTC)
- I think it turned out great. Thanks, Soul. Carl.bunderson 21:17, 9 August 2007 (UTC)
Case of bilocation 
Why isnt the incidence of bilocation, reported here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ mentioned in this page? It seems like such a miracle should be mentioned someplace in the article.