Thanks for your reply. On other threads I have recommended e-books also and one you may want to consider for your website on saints is this one: The Ordinary Path to Hoiness by R. Thomas Richard.
This is a book for every Catholic who is serious about wanting to become the saint God intended each of us to become. It is good and wholesome to be inspired by books "about" saints lives, and to be inspired by the words of the saints themselves, but it is essential to learn from the Lord how to enter into His Holiness ourselves. We are not called to reproduce the holiness of any other saint, for each of us is unique and unrepeatable.
Our Lady and all the saints show us by their example, and they are inteceding for us with Jesus now before the Father that we become the saints He calls us to be. This book written by a layman is a great help in applying all the wisdom of the Church's teaching on the spiritual life. Saints like St. Thomas Aquinas, St. John of the Cross and St. Teresa of Avila were all religious, but in this book we see so clearly that holiness is not just for religious and priests but we are all called to holiness. R. Thomas Richard has done a great service to lay persons in particular. His book shows how Scripture, Tradition and the Magisterium of the Church point all of us to holiness in our own time.
On this Feast of the Sacred Heart may we renew our own Baptism and through the Love of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary, may we begin anew our journey into the perfection of Charity.