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Prayer to St. Peregrine for Those With Cancer SPIRITUAL WOMAN - January 16, 2017 ... Peregrine. I've been praying to him for a while now for a couple people I know who are fighting cancer. I know that he is the patron saint of cancer victims, but I just realized that other than that I know nothing about him. This is his short bio from EWTN : St. Peregrine was born in 1260 at Forlì, Italy to an affluent family. He lived a comfortable life as a youth, and politically opposed the papacy. After he experienced the forgiveness ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/SPBgN/~3/02mSZW__0P0/prayer-to-st-peregrine-for-those-with.html

How Acting Drew Me to God: A Reflection on the Acting Program at JPCatholic IMPACTING CULTURE BLOG - December 27, 2016 (Nik, I will email pic of Hannah) Hannah Dorss Bible scholar N.T. Wright from the University of Saint Andrew in Scotland encouraged artists to recognize the relationship between art and theology, by integrating the two and celebrating creation's goodness, brokenness, and redemption through art. At John Paul the Great Catholic University, that's exactly what both the teachers and students do in the acting program. When I came to JPCatholic, I thought that I'd have to ...http://www.impactingculture.com/how-acting-drew-me-to-god-a-reflection-on-the-acting-program-at-jpcatholic/

Saint John Cantius, Priest, Scholar, Servant of the Poor BIG C CATHOLICS - December 22, 2016 ... Cantius was born in the Polish town of Kanty, (Cracow, Poland) to StanisÅ‚aw and Anna Kanty. He studied at the Krakow Academy, where his academic aptitude was apparent. In 1418, he earned a Doctorate of Philosophy. He would spend the next three years lecturing in philosophy at the university, while preparing for the priesthood. Cantius's studied wisdom was greatly admired by Saint John Paul II. After his ordination, Cantius became rector at the school of the Canons Regular of ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/12/saint-john-cantius-priest-scholar.html

Why Is Saint Nicholas the Patron of Children? SERVANT AND STEWARD - December 6, 2016 ... Saint Nicholas, today being his feast day. I began, of course, with the biographical basics, that he was Bishop of Myra and how he gave generously to women so they could have dowries. I then told them about Saint Nicholas' presence at the Council of Nicea, which the St. Nicholas Center describes as follows: Arius , from Egypt, was teaching that Jesus the Son was not equal to God the Father. Arius forcefully argued his position at length. The bishops listened ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/OhEL/~3/AqFC7QgSQrk/why-is-saint-nicholas-patron-of-children.html

St Catherine of Alexandria in the Counter-Reformation NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - November 25, 2016 ... excellence among women, Lucy (a rather random choice), and Catherine of Alexandria were kept at the highest grades. Virgo inter Virgines (The Virgin Mary among the other holy virgins) by the anonymous Netherlandish painter known as the Master of the St Lucy Legend, ca. 1490. The holy Virgins are Ss Apollonia, Ursula, Lucy, Dorothy, Catherine (receiving a ring from the baby Jesus; her red cloak is covered with her symbol, the wheel,) Mary Magdalene, Barbara, Agnes, Margaret, Agatha and Cunera, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/y2TC7xcw11g/st-catherine-of-alexandria-in-counter.html

"Let Us Include Everyone With Our Arms Wide Open, Without Pigeonholing People" CLERICAL WHISPERS - November 12, 2016 http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/11/let-us-include-everyone-with-our-arms.html

St. Paul of the Cross: Mystic, Priest, and Founder of the Passionists CATHOLIC FIRE - October 20, 2016 ... Heaven for all of eternity. One Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be.... I ask this in the Name of Jesus Christ our Lord, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/10/st-paul-of-cross-mystic-priest-and.html

Saint of the Day: Luke DA MIHI ANIMAS - October 18, 2016 ... him into Macedonia where they traveled first to Samothrace, Neapolis, and finally Philippi. Luke then switches back to the third person which seems to indicate he was not thrown into prison with Paul and that when Paul left Philippi Luke stayed behind to encourage the Church there. Seven years passed before Paul returned to the area on his third missionary journey. In Acts 20:5, the switch to "we" tells us that Luke has left Philippi to rejoin Paul in Troas in 58 where they first met up. They ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/10/saint-of-day-luke.html

Feast of Saint Luke, Evangelist BIG C CATHOLICS - October 17, 2016 October 18th, is the feast of Saint Luke the Evangelist, a pivotal figure in the Apostolic Church, best known for the Gospel bearing his name. Born in Antioch, Syria to Greek parents, he converted to the Faith. Luke is the only gentile to author a book in the New Testament, of which, his two contributions, the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles, comprise about a third. Luke's primary audience was gentile converts to Christianity. Saint Paul's letter ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/10/feast-of-saint-luke-evangelist.html

St. Luke the Evangelist ATONEMENTONLINE - October 17, 2016 http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2016/10/st-luke-evangelist.html

Worth Revisiting - A Glimpse of St. Louis Bertrand HARVESTING THE FRUITS OF CONTEMPLATION - October 11, 2016 ... hundred and seven years after the death of St. Vincent Ferrer, another Dominican saint was born in Valencia – St. Louis Bertrand. He was actually baptized in the same Church and font in which St. Vincent had been baptized. Louis's father, John, was related to and had an ardent devotion to Saint Vincent . He passed that devotion to his son – one which Louis treasured throughout his life. Louis has been described as "a fretful child and nothing ...http://harvestingthefruitsofcontemplation.blogspot.com/2016/10/worth-revisiting-glimpse-of-st-louis.html

St. Bruno, Founder of the Carthusians and Patron Against Diabolic Possession CATHOLIC FIRE - October 6, 2016 ... French Alps. There they built a hermitage, consisting of a few log cabins opening towards a gallery which allowed them access to the communal areas of the community -- church, refectory, and chapter room -- without having to suffer too much from intemperate conditions. After six years of a pleasant solitary life, Bruno was called by Pope Urban II to the service of the Holy See. As a personal adviser to the Pope (a former student), Bruno felt uncomfortable in the Pontifical Court. He lived in ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/10/st-bruno-founder-of-carthusians-and.html