Saint Gerard is the patron saint of mothers and those trying to become mothers. The recipient of this prayer card and medal is finding comfort and faith in believing. I was named after Saint Gerard and my Mom considers me one of his miracles. For those who believe this makes a lovely gift and inspiration.
Saint Raphael the Archangel serves as the patron saint of healing. Unlike most saints, Raphael was never a human being who lived on Earth.
Saint Gerald , considered by his Church and his followers as a great example of a celibate Christian aristocrat, is the patron saint of counts and bachelors.
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.
Philomena is the patron saint of infants, babies, and youth. The remains were moved to Mugnano del Cardinale in 1805. There, they became the focus of widespread devotion; several miracles were credited to Philomena’s intercession, including the healing of Pauline Jaricot in 1835, which received wide publicity.
To Heal A Friend Think, O’ God , of our friend who is ill, whom we now commend to Your compassionate regard. that no healing is too hard if it be Your will. We therefore pray that You bless our friend with Your loving care, renew his/her strength, and heal what ails him/her in Your loving name.
In addition to being the patron saint of travelers, Saint Christopher is believed to protect people from epilepsy, lightning, storms, pestilence, and floods.
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.
|Born||12th century Cremona, Lombardy, Italy|
|Died||November 13, 1197 Cremona, Lombardy, Italy|
|Venerated in||Catholic Church|
|Canonized||January 12, 1199 by Pope Innocent III|
|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 Peregrine Laziosi OSM|
|Born||c. 1260, Forlì, Italy|
|Died||May 1, 1345|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
|Canonized||December 27, 1726, by Pope Benedict XIII|