My personal favorites are: St. Nicholas who is the patron saint of children, who I call upon to watch over my grandson Nicholas Sequoia an identical twin who did not survive his birth. And St. Faustina Kowalska who Loved Jesus so much that He called upon her as His personal secretary to paint a picture of Him with the red and white rays coming from His heart with the words written below, "Jesus, I trust you. I share her Love for Jesus.
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Patron saints of ailments, illness and dangers
Every year on the first of November, the Church celebrates the Solemnity of All Saints, the great commemoration of all the holy men and women whom God has raised up throughout the two thousand year history of the Church. These saints of our Church and our Order are many and varied, representing virtually every time and place and walk of life. For this reason, the Church gives us certain saints as patrons of the particular places where we live and worship, the various circumstances in which we might find ourselves, and the diverse activities in which we are engaged. For example, St.
If you grew up in the Roman Catholic Church, you are no doubt familiar with the concept of saints. However, to those outside Catholicism and Christianity, the concept of sainthood may be difficult to grasp. A simple explanation is that saints are believers that have been formally recognized and canonized by the Catholic Church as possessing exceptional holiness. They are publicly recognized by the organized church for a variety of reasons and depending upon the denomination and belief system may receive the prayers of the faithful.