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    St. Giles, Abbot

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    St. Hedwig of Poland- feast day, July 17

    Image of St. Anna the Prophetess feast day 1st September pray for us.

    Bishop Melki, executed after he refused to convert to Islam in 1915 has been beatified

    St. Anna the Prophetess Feast Day: September 1 A widow and seeress, described in St. Luke's Gospel.

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    Prayer for Life by Saint Pope John Paul II - John Paul Ii - Popes ...

    For the first time we can see how BEAUTIFUL the 'real' Saint Rose was. Scientists have reconstruct her likeness

    St. Raymond Nonnatus

    St. Raymond Nonnatus, Roman Catholic Priest. He remained as hostage for several slaves when his money ran out and was sentenced to be impaled when the governor learned that he had converted several Mohammedans. He escaped the death sentence because of the ransom he would bring, but was forced to run the gauntlet. He was then tortured for continuing his evangelizing activities but was ransomed eight months later by Peter Nolasco. Feastday Aug 31

    According to the news site Peru Catolico, the researchers said the reconstruction shows she was 'a pretty woman with soft features and a well-distributed face.'

    Quest for God is modern world's biggest challenge, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI says - Living Faith - Home & Family - News - Catholic Online

    Image of St. Jeanne Jugan Feastday: August 30 Birth: 1792 Jeanne Jugan was born on October 25, 1792 in a small fishing village of Brittany, France. Her last words were, "O Mary, my dear Mother, come to me. You know I love you and how I long to see You!"

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    Image of Bl. Alfredo Ildefonso Schuster feast day 30th August pray for us.

    St. Jerome Emiliani Fun Fact

    St. Sabina's feast day is August 29th. We know St. Sabina only through legend, and there is some question as to it's trustworthiness. Even the century in which she lived is unknown. Supposedly Sabina was converted to Christianity by her Syrian servant Serapia. During the persecution of Emperor Hadrian, Serapia suffered martyrdom for her Christian Faith. It is believed that St. Sabina was murdered. The reknowned basilica on the Aventine in Rome is dedicated to and named after her,


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