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St. Giles and Care for Creation | Word On Fire

Today we celebrate the feast of St. Giles, an earthy saint who became one of the most popular in Europe. Brandon Vogt introduces this patron of ecology.

September 1: St. Giles (born 650, died around 710). Patron saint of the disabled, beggars, and cancer patients.

Giles (born died around Patron saint of the disabled, beggars, and cancer patients.

Saint of they day Feb-21 St. Peter Damian Devout from a very young age Peter Damian spent all his time either in prayer or in studying the scriptures. He joined the benedictines and succeeded as abbot at Fonte Avellana. Later, Pope Stephen IX made Peter the cardinal-bishop of Ostia. He worked hard to wipe out simony (the buying of church offices), urged even the diocesan clergy to live together and maintain scheduled prayer and religious observance. In 1828 he was declared a doctor of the…

Saint Damian Denounces the Homosexual Lobby -- Honor, valor, loyalty were the paramount values in medieval society.

|NOVENA TO ST RITA OF CASCIA; PATRON OF HOPELESS CAUSES, FAMILY PROBLEMS AND THINGS DESPAIRED OF #pinterest SECOND DAY: PRAYER FOR THOSE TRAPPED IN A DIFFICULT MARRIAGE AND THOSE EXPERIENCING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Glorious St Rita, you lived for many years ........... Awestruck.tv

Saint Rita of Cascia Born Margherita Lotti 1381 22 May 1457 was an Italian widow and Augustinian nun venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church Ri

St. Gertrude of Nivelles--she stepped aside as abbess to spend more time with Scripture.

Gertrude of Nivelles Patron Against mice, cats, mental illness, travelers

February 23 St. Peter Damian; St. Serenus butlers 1894 saint of the day

Peter Damian, Bishop, Confessor, Doctor Mass Propers: Station at St. Balbina& (in the Aventine): Vigil of St.

ll waiting for your prayers - our fruiends in heaven Site-Wide Activity | Awestruck

ll waiting for your prayers - our fruiends in heaven Site-Wide Activity | Awestruck

São Romualdo

Lord, amid the things of this world, let us be wholeheartedly committed to heavenly things in imitation of the example of evangelical perfection You have given us in Saint Romuald the Abbot.

The Benedictine saints Bonifatius, Gregorius the Great, Adelbertus of Egmond and priest Jeroen van Noordwijk.

During the middle ages, black was worn by Benedictine monks as a sign of humility

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