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St. Raymond Nonnatus, Patron of Expectant Mothers, Midwives, and Newborn Babies CATHOLIC FIRE - August 31, 2015 The saint of the day for August 31 is St. Raymond Nonnatus. He is the patron of: children, expectant mothers, infertile couples, midwives, newborn babies, and obstetricians. Raymond was born at Portella, Catalonia, Spain in 1204, the son of wealthy parents. He was delivered by cesarean section when his mother died in childbirth. Hence his name non natus (not born). In his childhood, he seemed to find pleasure only in his devotions and serious duties. ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/08/st-raymond-nonnatus-patron-of-expectant.html

Novena to Saint Cajetan, Prayers for the Unemployed A YEAR OF PRAYER: 365 ROSARIES - August 7, 2015 Today, August 7, we celebrate the feast of Saint Cajetan of Thiene (also known as Saint Gaetano, 1480-1547), zealous reformer of the clergy, founder of the Theatine Order, and patron saint of the unemployed. As many of the prayer requests that I receive involve prayers for those who are unemployed or seeking work, I will pray this novena to Saint Cajetan beginning today, for the next nine days—for ...http://365rosaries.blogspot.com/2015/08/novena-to-saint-cajetan-prayers-for.html

Why Thomas More Is the Patron Saint of Statesmen CRISIS MAGAZINE - July 30, 2015 ... "adamantine sense of self" that derives from his "conscience." This characterization of More comports with John Paul II's longstanding account of conscience. As early as 1962, while auxiliary Bishop of Krakow, he wrote: "The conscience provides the basis for the definitive structure [of the self] and defines me as that unique and unrepeatable self or I." Bolt's distaste for Catholicism notwithstanding, he and the pope both stress the inseparability of selfhood and conscience. Integrity emerges ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/dnlQEGtoBf8/why-thomas-more-is-the-patron-saint-of-statesmen

St. Henry of Bavaria ATONEMENTONLINE - July 12, 2015 St. Henry (973–1024) is a patron saint for those who are childless. He was known also as Henry the Lame, and for that reason he is also counted as a patron saint for the disabled and handicapped. Here's his story: Henry, surnamed the Pious, Duke of Bavaria, became successively King of Germany and Emperor of the Romans; but not satisfied with a mere temporal principality, he strove to gain an immortal crown, by ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2015/07/st-henry-of-bavaria.html

The Crisis of Contemporary Sacred Art CRISIS MAGAZINE - July 8, 2015 ... Guadalupe, or Our Lady of Grace) that we simply want a plaster reproduction or even a photograph of them, rather than commissioning an artist to reinterpret them for us anew. So given the pitfalls, the economics of it, and the risks of failure, why should the Church commission original art? First of all, to commission art is to acknowledge the importance of art as a living tradition. In patronizing art we speak to modern man through the vitality of the arts. We try to touch hearts and minds ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/MB69utYlWPo/the-crisis-of-contemporary-sacred-art

Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati Week JOURNEY OF A CATHOLIC NERD WRITER - June 29, 2015 ... was my go-to saint for the majority of my 20s and I know they will both remain with me into my 30s. So, what does a fangirl do on the 90th anniversary of (one of) her favorite saint's (or, blessed in this case) death / unofficial feast day? Celebrate! No, it's not morbid. I'm not celebrating the fact that he died; I'm celebrating the fact that he existed and that, through him, God was able to give us a wonderful example of how it is possible to live a good, ...http://catholicnerdwriter.blogspot.com/2015/06/bl-pier-giorgio-frassati-week.html

Quebec: Accelerated Closure of Churches and Parishes RORATE CÆLI - June 22, 2015 Saint John the Baptist Church, Quebec From Catholic News Service (via The Catholic Register ). Emphases are Rorate's. Historic Quebec churches no longer untouchable BY PHILIPPE VAILLANCOURT, CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE QUEBEC CITY - With the decision to close one of its largest and most important churches, the Archdiocese of Quebec is sending a clear message: The future of even the most majestic churches cannot be guaranteed any more. On May 24, one last Mass was celebrated ...http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/06/quebec-accelerated-closure-of-churches.html

Saints Who Were Falsely Accused ... ABBEY ROADS - May 30, 2015 ... were many. Yet just a few are singled out as patrons of those who are indeed falsely accused . The first traditional, or 'designated' patron I'll mention is Dominic Savio, a boy saint. As a young boy he was accused of doing something mischievous ... Dominic is the patron saint of boys and of the falsely accused. This latter title was given to him due to the following incident. One time, two boys filled the school stove with ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2015/05/saints-who-were-falsely-accused.html

Saint of the Day: Philip Neri DA MIHI ANIMAS - May 26, 2015 The following comes from the Patron Saints Index: Though he was related to Italian nobility, Philip came from a poor family. His father, Francisco Neri, worked as a notary. Philip's brother died in childhood, but his two sisters, Caterina and Elisabetta survived. Known as a pius youth, Philip was taught humanities by the Dominicans. Moved to San Germano in 1533 to help some family with their business, and while there would escape to a local Dominican chapel in the ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2015/05/saint-of-day-philip-neri.html

St. Philip Neri, Patron Saint of Joy CATHOLIC FIRE - May 25, 2015 May 26 is the feast of St. Philip Neri, patron saint of joy. He was born in Florence, Italy on July 22, 1515, one of four children of the notary Francesco Neri. His mother died when he was very young, but a very capable and competent stepmother filled her place. Although they were related to Italian nobility, the family was quite poor. Philip was a cheerful and friendly boy, who was well-liked by all who knew him. At eighteen, Philip was sent to the town of ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/05/st-philip-neri-patron-saint-of-joy.html

Forget the Money, Ask St Anthony! CRISIS MAGAZINE - May 8, 2015 Let's face it, there is one route the finance guys have yet to try. You have to pray to a saint! Am I right? We had a problem. A BIG problem! Exactly, it was all about money. We were staring two mortgages in the face. Changing houses is easy if your bank goes along with the idea. We had found our new dream residence. Signed on the dotted line and then our bank refused us a bridging loan. We needed badly to sell our old house. I mused, stared at the sky. My ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/TAl7bzsGEPE/forget-the-money-ask-st-anthony