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St. John Mary Vianney: Patron of Priests DA MIHI ANIMAS - August 4, 2014 A meditation on the Priesthood by Saint John Vianney, from his Little Catechism book by Tan. Please pray for more good and holy priests to give us the same faith and sacraments of our ancestors. Saint John Vianney, pray for us. The following comes from the Roman Miscellany site: Today we celebrate the feast of St John Mary Vianney, who, all these years after his death, is still called the Curé (or Parish Priest) of Ars. This in itself is remarkable ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2014/08/st-john-mary-vianney-patron-of-priests.html

St. Camillus De Lellis ATONEMENTONLINE - July 17, 2014 St. Camillus is the patron saint of hospitals, hospital workers and those who are sick. Here is his story, excerpted from The Church's Year of Grace , by Pius Parsch. St. Camillus' mother was nearly sixty years old when he was born in 1550. As a youth he gave himself to the sinful pleasures of this world. His conversion dates from the feast of the Purification, 1575. Two attempts to enter the Capuchin Order were frustrated by an incurable sore on his leg. ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2014/07/st-camillus-de-lellis.html

Saint Germaine Cousin Virgin (1579-1601) BATTLE BEADS BLOG - June 16, 2014 Saint Germaine Cousin was born in 1579 in Pibrac, a small village not far from Toulouse, France. From her earliest years she was a frail, sickly child, and throughout her life was afflicted with scrofula, a tubercular condition affecting particularly the glands of the neck. In addition, her right arm and hand were deformed and partially paralyzed. In spite of her many afflictions, the emaciated child possessed a charming, sweet disposition. Germaine endured not only ...http://battlebeads.blogspot.com/2014/06/saint-germaine-cousin-virgin-1579-1601.html