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She wanted to be a nun, applied to many different orders, but all rejected her.
But most of all she wanted to be a passionist nun.
Even until her death in the early 20s, she still wasn't a nun.
You can read the autobiography that the devil tried to burn here:
You can see the personal items (relics) of St Gemma here:
what a modest dress!
Diary of St. Gemma:
It's all in the website. Cool web:thumbsup:
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These will change your life.
St. Gemma Galgani, is a very beautiful Saint.
I sent an email to the webmaster asking for a holy prayer card of St. Gemma Galgani and within a few days I was blessed to received two holy prayer cards that have been touched to St. Gemma's 1st class relics making them 3rd class relics.
I do wonder about his websites though I mean are they all TRUE and APPROVED Catholic websites and what not. I see somethings on Garabandal which hasn't been approved...yet.
I don't recall exactly when but I did request a holy prayer card of St. Gemma Galgani from this website stgemma.com/eng_holy_card.html and I didn't receive anything. Actually, when I browsed around this website on the external links (if that's what they are called) I'm actually glad I didn't.
Here is a beautiful and touching video on St. Gemma Gaglani