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Prayers to Saint Mark

Saint Mark the Evangelist is the patron saint of notaries and lawyers. Mark was the disciple of Saint Peter the Apostle. He was the author of Mark’s Gospel.

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Prayers to Saint Patrick

Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland, snakes and engineers. He was said to have banished all the snakes from Ireland. We pray to him for his intercession in our lives.

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St. Thomas the Apostle and the Doubter?

On July 3, the Church celebrates the Feast of St. Thomas the Apostle, better known as “Doubting Thomas.” St. Thomas has been dubbed “the doubter” for thousands of years and counting for questioning Jesus’ resurrection. As the story goes, after some of the disciples encountered Jesus for the first time after His resurrection, they went to Thomas to tell him the astounding news.

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Saint Casimir of Poland

O God, We pray through Saint Casimir’s intercession,  that we may constantly serve you. And our services reflected in a holy way of life and justice. Help us to deepen our trust in the Heavenly Father.  Through our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen Saint Casimir Pendants, Medals and Rosaries

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Who is Saint Polycarp of Smyrna

Saint Polycarp of Smyrna Patron: Against Earaches Polycarp was a disciple of St. John the Apostle, who had converted Polycarp around the year 80 AD. He had lived near Jerusalem and was proud of his early associations with the Apostles. He preached and spoke often about learning from the Apostles who saw the Lord. Polycarp […]

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Saint Francis Xavier

  Saint Francis Xavier Apostle to the Far East See some great Catholic gifts for Saint Francis Xavier

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Who is Saint Benedict?

St. Benedict was born to a noble family around 480 A.D. in Nursia, in central Italy. He lived a sequestered life for many years, leaving family and friends behind to live in a cave near the town of Subiaco. Disgusted after witnessing the immoral lifestyle while in school in Rome, St. Benedict chose to live […]

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Saint Anthony in 60 Seconds

The feast of St. Anthony is celebrated every June 13. He is known as the patron saint of lost items, but he is also the patron saint of amputees. St. Anthony of Padua isn’t actually Italian. He was born in an influential family with the name Ferdinand in 1195 in Portugal. At the age of […]

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St. Anthony, a.k.a. “The Miracle Worker” & “Hammer of Heretics”

St. Anthony is popularly known as the patron saint of lost items, but did you know he’s also known as the patron saint of amputees and is often regarded as the “miracle worker” for all the miracles he performed even when he was still alive? The feast of St. Anthony is celebrated every June 13. […]

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Saint Florian: How He Became Patron Saint of Firefighters

St. Florian—an officer in the Roman army who died protecting his faith—is without a doubt reaping his reward in heaven as promised by God. Put to death for refusing to kill Christians as ordered by Emperor Diocletian, St. Florian is the man who has been given the title of patron saint of firefighters and floods

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Saint Mark the Evangelist

The Feast Day for Saint Mark the Evangelist is April 25th. He wrote the Gospel of Mark in 50AD. Mark’s Gospel is a record of St. Peter’s preaching about Our Lord and focuses on the head of the Apostles. He was martyred by the heathens while preaching in Alexandria, Egypt. Saint Mark is the Patron […]

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Saint Fidelis’ Devotion Toward Mary Was Truly Remarkable

Saint Fidelis was a Priest and Martyr The Feast Day for Saint Fidelis is April 24th. “From now on I want to live in complete poverty, chastity, and obedience amidst sufferings and persecutions and in austere penance and profound humility. I came from the womb of my mother with nothing, and with nothing I desire […]

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Who is Saint George?

St. George was a part of the Roman army and is venerated as a great martyr in the Eastern Church. As one of the “Fourteen Holy Helpers” his intercession is considered particularly effective. St. George is the patron of England since 800AD. Many legends are attached to Saint George, yet the most famous is the […]

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Who is Saint Patrick

March 17th is not all about 4 leaf clovers, leprechauns and green beer. This is a day to honor and pray to St. Patrick. 1,500 years ago, Saint Patrick was an influential saint who brought Christianity to the little country of Ireland. Saint Patrick in the Early Years He was born around 415 AD in […]

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Who is Saint John Bosco?

Saint John Bosco was born in Turin, Italy, in 1815 His father died when John was only two years old and it was his mother Margaret who provided him with a good Christian education. At the age of twenty he entered the major seminary John Bosco was ordained a priest on June 5, 1846, and […]

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Who is Saint Thomas Aquinas

Saint Thomas Aquinas taught philosophy and theology with such genius that he is considered one of the leading Christian thinkers. He ranks among the greatest writers and theologians of all time. His most important work, the Summa Theologica, an explanation of the entire body of Catholic teaching, has been standard for centuries. He inspired others […]

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Who is Saint Sebastian?

The oldest historical account of the saint is found in a commentary on the psalms by St. Ambrose; the passage reads:”Allow me to propose to you the example of the holy martyr Sebastian. By birth he was a Milanese. Perhaps the persecutor of Christians had left Milan, or had not yet arrived, or had become […]

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Who is Saint Stephen?

The Deacon Stephen, is the first martyr. Stoned in Jerusalem two years after the death of Christ. The account in the Acts of the Apostles about his arrest and the accusations brought against him show a parallel with our Saviour’s trial; He was stoned outside the city wall and died, as he prayed for those […]

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