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Miracle of the key Saint Gerard Majella

Miracle of the key Saint Gerard Majella

Miracles in the life of Saint Gerard Majella   Browse Saint Gerard Majella Media Saint Gerard Majella was born in the southern part of Italy in Muro, fifty miles south of Naples, in the year 1726. He was the baby of the family, the youngest of five children. On April 6th, his mother Benedetta and father Dominic rejoiced at the birth of this their newest child, but alas the joy was mixed with fear - fear he wouldn’t survive. He was so frail and sickly at birth, they immediately brought the baby to the Cathedral to be baptized. The stigma...

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Angels in the Life of Saint Joan of Arc

Angels in the Life of Saint Joan of Arc

Angels in the life of Saint Joan of Arc St. Joan of Arc (1412 - 1431)     Joan of Arc is a strong contradiction in our Church and our world.  She was abandoned by the country she had fought so hard to protect; she was condemned by a corrupt bishop of the Church to which she pledged undying loyalty.  After her death, that same country made her into a heroine; that same Church made her into a Saint.  She is now, with St. Thérèse of Lisieux, co-patroness of France.  She was the Little Flower's heroine during Thérèse's lifetime.  Little...

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Angels in the life of Saint John Bosco

Angels in the life of Saint John Bosco

Angels in the Life of Saint John Bosco Don Bosco and il Grigio (the gray one)     Making the statement, "The chapter would not be complete without...." becomes a pat phrase, when speaking of Don Bosco.  Il Grigio, the gray dog, really had nothing to do with Don Bosco's ministry, but very possibly, he had a lot to do with his ability to perform his ministry.  Don Bosco actually devoted the last chapter of his autobiography, Memoirs of the Oratory, to his good friend, Il Grigio.  So if it was important enough for the master to talk about him,...

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Angels in the life of Saint Gemma Galgani

Angels in the life of Saint Gemma Galgani

Saint Gemma Galgani (1878-1903)     People ask about modern day Saints.  I do not believe you can find one more so than St. Gemma Galgani.  She was born at the end of the 19th century and died at the very beginning of the 20th.  When she was born, many people were immigrating to the New World, with hopes in their hearts for a new and better life for their families.  In the century in which she died, the world would become so self-centered and sinful, it would develop means of destruction that would kill 26 million babies in a...

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Angels in the life of Saint Margaret of Cortona

Angels in the life of Saint Margaret of Cortona

St. Margaret of Cortona-(1247-1297 A.D.) In one of our Lord's appearances to St. Margaret, He said, "You are the third light granted to the Order of My beloved Francis.  He was the first, among the Friars Minor; Clare was the second, among the Nuns; you shall be the third, in the Order of Penance."      She was born, in 1247, on a small farm in the Tuscany Region of Italy.  Her mother died when she was only seven years old, and she was left with a father who soon remarried.  Margaret could count on little love and understanding in...

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