Who is your Patron Saint?

I love how saint Augustine said “God loves each of us as if there were only one of us.”

Jesus loves you so much.
Lord Jesus may your will be done with Sheep.

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The example of Saint Margaret aka St Marina from what I’ve read she is amazing…

I love how Saint Margaret of Cortona said “This morning my soul is greater than the world since it possesses You, You whom heaven and earth do not contain”

I love how it is said of Saint Margaret of Scotland "The chroniclers all agree in depicting Queen Margaret as a strong, pure, noble character, who had very great influence over her husband and through him over Scottish history, especially in its ecclesiastical aspects

It says of Margaret of York that she was a protector of the Burgundian state… she looks to have lived a very fascinating story.

Blessed be Saint Ann and St Joachim :slight_smile:

I love how Saint Anthony said “Actions speak louder than words; let your words teach and your actions speak.” that speaks to me personally…

Saint Aquilina I admit has a very powerful testimony… I am amazed at the love of Jesus shown through what I read about her how she refused to renounce Jesus.

I love how Saint Basil said A tree is known by its fruit; a man by his deeds. A good deed is never lost; he who sows courtesy reaps friendship, and he who plants kindness gathers love.

I love how saint Benedict said “Listen and attend with the ear of your heart.”

I love how Saint Cecilia said “Arise, soldiers of Christ, throw away the works of darkness and put on the armor of light.”

And what I read about Saint Joseph in the Holy Bible is very interesting he is a great man!

Jesus loves you so much! :slight_smile:
Lord Jesus may your will be done with Margaret forever in your name amen.

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Saint Julia of Corsica, virgin and martyr.

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