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St. Peregrine Rosary

St. Peregrine was born in 1260 in Italy to an affluent family. At age 30 he converted to Catholicism. He joined the Servite Order and dedicated himself to caring for the sick and the poor. He practiced a penance of standing rather than sitting whenever he could. Years of this standing eventually…

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St. Peregrine Crystal Bead Rosary

St. Peregrine was born in 1260 in Italy to an affluent family. At age 30 he converted to Catholicism. He joined the Servite Order and dedicated himself to caring for the sick and the poor. He practiced a penance of standing rather than sitting whenever he could. Years of this standing eventually…

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St. Peregrine Statue 10" [Multi-Colored]

St. Peregrine was born in 1260 in Italy to an affluent family. At age 30 he converted to Catholicism. He joined the Servite Order and dedicated himself to caring for the sick and the poor. He practiced a penance of standing rather than sitting whenever he could. Years of this standing eventually…

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Handmade Pewter St. Peregrine Medal [Silver]

…a dispute, he struck St. Philip Benizi on the face. St. Philip turned the other cheek, and Peregrine was converted to the faith. He joined the Servite order and for thirty years, as penance, lived and worked as much as possible in silence and solitude. Later in life, he developed skin cancer on…

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Prayer to St. Peregrine for Cancer Sufferers

Prayer to St. Peregrine for Cancer Sufferers

St. Peregrine Laziosi (d. May 1, 1345) was a Servite priest (Order of the Servants of Mary) who was the victim of a spreading cancer in his leg. The disease was so painful and foul that he was scheduled for an amputation. Peregrine spent the night before the operation in prayer, both for his leg to…

St. Peregrine: The Patron Saint of Cancer Patients

St. Peregrine: The Patron Saint of Cancer Patients

…forever change his life. After the encounter with St. Philip he had a vision from Our Lady and was told to join the Servite Order. St. Peregrine was one of the most hardworking Servites to have ever lived. Legend has it that he lived a life of solitude and silence in which he went without sitting…

Our Lady of Sorrows: A Reflection on the Sufferings of Mary

Our Lady of Sorrows: A Reflection on the Sufferings of Mary

Today is the feast day of Our Lady of Sorrows.  This feast day was born of the Servite Order, and in the seventeenth and eighteenth century it spread throughout the Catholic Church.  I would like to share an excerpt from "Our Lady of Sorrows" by Fr. Paul Haffner (Inside the Vatican, September 2004):…

How to Use the Scapular

…under or over regular clothing as an open sign of devotion. The four oldest scapulars originated from four confraternities, the Carmelites, Servites, Trinitarians, and the Mercederians. Today there are many more kinds of scapulars, and not all of them associated with a particular confraternity.…

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