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Novena In Honor of Saint John Marie Vianney

Saint John Vianney, Patron of Parish Priests. If you want to know what the Catholic Faith is about, read the lives of the saints! It'll transform your life!

September 18 is the Feast of: John Macías, O.P. (1585 – 1645) He was born Juan de Arcas y Sánchez on March 2, 1585 in the small town of Ribera del Fresno. His parents were poor farmers; both died when Juan and his sister Mary were young. The two children were raised by their uncle ...(See the rest of his story here:) https://www.facebook.com/St.Eugene.OMI/

Dominican monk at Lima, Peru. He was born in Ribera, Spain, to a noble family and was orphaned at a young age. John went to Peru to work on a cattle ranch before entering the Dominicans at Lima as a .

Saint John of Kanty

John of Kanty: Today the Church celebrates the optional memorial of St. John of Kanty, priest. Born in Kanty (Cracow, Poland), he taught at the university and became pastor of a parish. He was distinguished for his piety and love of neighbor.

"The more you abandon to God the care of all earthly things, the more he will take care to provide for all your wants."~ St. John Baptist de la Salle, 18th century- pray for us

Saint John Baptist de La Salle, Founder Brothers of the Christian Schools, pray for us and educators.

St. John the Baptist | Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese

Feast of: St. John the Baptist John is described as having the unique practice of baptism for the forgiveness of sins. Most scholars agree that John baptized Jesus.

St. John Neumann -- Jan. 5

Saint John Nepomucene Neumann, immigrant priest who knew 12 languages and used this skill to minister to immigrants throughout the northeast.

Francis Caracciolo (1563 – 1608) was an Italian Catholic priest who co-founded the Congregation of the Clerics Regular Minor with John Augustine Adorno. He decided to adopt a religious life at the age of 22.  In 1587 he joined the Bianchi della Giustizia (The White Robes of Justice), whose object was to assist condemned criminals to die holy deaths.  He was beatified by Pope Clement XIV in  1769, and canonized by Pope Pius in 1807.   He is a patron saint of Naples and of Italian cooks.

Francis Caracciolo (1563 – 1608) was an Italian Catholic priest who co-founded the Congregation of the Clerics Regular Minor with John Augustine Adorno. He decided to adopt a religious life at the age of 22. In 1587 he joined the Bianchi della Giustizia (The White Robes of Justice), whose object was to assist condemned criminals to die holy deaths. He was beatified by Pope Clement XIV in 1769, and canonized by Pope Pius in 1807. He is a patron saint of Naples and of Italian cooks.

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