Cajetan: Patron Saint of Job Seekers. St . Cajetan was an Italian Catholic priest who had a great heart for the poor. He was canonized by Pope as Patron Saint of Job Seekers, or those looking for work because of his general concern with those who had difficulties finding a job .
Rita , humble and pure; patient and compassionate lover of Christ Crucified! We have confidence that everyone who has recourse to you , will find comfort and relief. Listen to our petitions and show your power with God on our behalf. Obtain our petitions for us, if they are for the greater glory of God, and for our good.
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.
Cajetan of Thiene, Italian San Gaetano da Thiene, Thiene also spelled Tiene, (born October 1480, Vicenza, Republic of Venice—died August 7, 1547, Naples; canonized 1671; feast day August 7), Venetian priest who cofounded the Theatine order and became an important figure of the Catholic Counter-Reformation.
He’s the patron saint of families, carpenters, and working people in general, but he is also the protector and patron saint of home sellers. Well, who better? Many sellers believe burying a statue of St . Joseph will help them get their house sold.
Prayer to Saint Jude Thaddeus for Urgent Financial Help.
Saint Jude He is the patron saint of impossible causes because he urges Christians to stay close to Christ during hard times.
“Dear Almighty Lord God Jesus Christ, I thank you for this day, for this is the day that the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it. I thank you for my being able to see, and to hear, and to speak, and to feel, and to taste of Your good creation this day and every day.
So let’s talk about how to keep on praying when what we’re praying for seems impossible . #1 Keep Praying ! Don’t Stop! #2 Admit your Weakness. #3 Find a Mustard Seed. #4 Pray with Confidence.
Homobonus was able to pursue this calling in life easily as a result of the inheritance he received from his father, a prosperous tailor and merchant.
|Died||November 13, 1197 Cremona, Lombardy, Italy|
|Venerated in||Catholic Church|
|Canonized||January 12, 1199 by Pope Innocent III|
In addition to being the patron saint of travelers, Saint Christopher is believed to protect people from epilepsy, lightning, storms, pestilence, and floods.
|Saint Pantaleon (Panteleimon)|
|Patronage||Physicians, midwives, livestock, lottery , lottery winners and victories, lottery tickets; invoked against headaches, consumption, locusts, witchcraft, accidents and loneliness; helper for crying children|
Saint Raphael the Archangel serves as the patron saint of healing. Unlike most saints, Raphael was never a human being who lived on Earth. Instead, he has always been a heavenly angel. He was declared a saint in honor of his work helping humanity.
St . Dwynwen is the patron saint of lovers. Her feast day is January 25, Dydd Santes Dwynwen .
Apparently Saint Joseph (San Jose in Spanish and San Giuseppe in Italian) is the Patron Saint of real estate matters and home sales (among other things).