St. Gianna is the patron saint of mothers, physicians, and unborn children. Her commitment to life and care for unborn children inspires the work we do with expectant and new mothers. Another patron of expectant mothers is St.
Give me the strength and clarity of mind to find my purpose and walk the path you’ve laid out for me. I trust your Love God, and know that you will heal this stress . Just as the sun rises each day against the dark of night. Please bring me clarity with the light of God.
St Camillus, as the patron saint of the sick, hospitals, nurses and physicians, is another all rounder.
Dymphna (or Dympna or Dimpna) is the patron saint of the mentally ill and those with nervous disorders, according to the Catholic Church. Her life story was first recorded in the 1200s based on an oral tradition reported as happening in the 600s.
Patron saint of wealth The closest you get to a ” money saint ” for intercessory prayers in the Catholic Church is the 16th Century Saint Cajetan of Thiene, patron saint of the unemployed, job-seekers and gamblers, who worked as a diplomat for Pope Julius II before his ordination to the priesthood.
7 Tips for Getting Pregnant Faster Get to know your cycle. How much do you know about your menstrual cycle? Don’t worry about the best positions for getting pregnant . Stay in bed right after intercourse. Don’t overdo it. De-stress any way you can. Live a healthy life.
A new study published in Sociology of Religion suggests that prayer can help ease people’s anxiety , but whether it does so depends on the personality of the God they believe in.
Give Your Worries to God for Real Peace Reminder, the steps outlined in Philippians 4:6 are Pray, Petition and Be Thankful. Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God .
Saint Dymphna is the Patron Saint of Stress, Anxiety and Mental Health.
Saint Raphael the Archangel serves as the patron saint of healing.
Raphael (/ˈræfiəl/; Hebrew: רְפָאֵל, translit. Rəp̄āʾēl, lit. ‘ God has healed’; Ancient Greek: Ραφαήλ, Raphaḗl; Coptic: ⲣⲁⲫⲁⲏⲗ, Rafaêl; Arabic: رفائيل, Rafā’īl, or إسرافيل, Isrāfīl; Amharic: ሩፋኤል, Rufaʾel) is an archangel responsible for healing in the traditions of most Abrahamic religions.
In addition to being the patron saint of travelers, Saint Christopher is believed to protect people from epilepsy, lightning, storms, pestilence, and floods.
Rita of Cascia
|Saint Rita of Cascia|
|Attributes||Forehead wound, Rose, Bees, grape vine|
|Patronage||Lost and impossible causes, sickness, wounds, marital problems, abuse, mothers|
|Controversy||Spousal abuse, Feud, Family honor, Loneliness|
Pages in category “Late Ancient Christian female saints ” Adrian and Natalia of Nicomedia. Saint Afra. Agape, Chionia, and Irene. Agnes of Rome. Anastasia of Sirmium. Antonina and Alexander. Anysia of Salonika. Saint Apollonia.
|Saint Gemma Galgani|
|Died||11 April 1903 (aged 25) Lucca, Italy|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
|Beatified||14 May 1933 by Pope Pius XI|
|Canonized||2 May 1940, Saint Peter’s Basilica , Vatican City by Pope Pius XII|