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Saintsof tridentineperiod

  1. 1. Saints of the Tridentine Period of the Church
  2. 2. • St. Rose of Lima – 1586 – 1617 - a member of the Dominican Order - lived a life of sacrifice and penitence - patron of embroiderers and gardeners - feast day August 23
  3. 3. • St. Vincent dePaul – 1581 – 1660 - a priest of the who dedicated himself to serving the poor. - renowned for his compassion, humility and generosity - known as the "Great Apostle of Charity” - patron of charities and volunteers - Feast day September 27
  4. 4. • St. Martin de Porres - 1579 – 1639 - a member of the Dominican Order noted for his work on behalf of the poor - established an orphanage and a children's hospital - patron of race relations and social justice - feast day November 3
  5. 5. • St. Juan Diego - 1474–1548 - had apparitions of Mary on four separate occasions in December 1531 - an image of the Blessed Mother is said to have been impressed onto Juan Diego’s cloak - This is the basis for Mary’s title of Our Lady of Guadalupe
  6. 6. - patron of indigenous people (people of the Americas before Columbus’s voyage) - Juan Diego’s feast day – December 9
  7. 7. • St. Elizabeth Ann Seton – 1774 – 1821 - the first native-born citizen of the United States to be canonized by the Church - She established the first Catholic school in the nation - founded the first American congregation of Religious Sisters, the Sisters of Charity. - Patron of Catholic Schools and the sate of Maryland - Feast day January 4
  8. 8. • St. John Neumann – 1811 – 1860 - Fourth bishop of Philadelphia - the first American bishop to be canonized - patron of Catholic education - feast day January 5
  9. 9. • St. Katharine Drexel - 1858 – 1955 - an American heiress; gave up wealth to dedicate her life to God - supported many missions and in the United States to help Native Americans - Patron of philanthropists - Feast day March 3
  10. 10. • St. Julie Billiart - 1751 — 1816 - French religious leader who founded the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. - Patron against poverty - Feast day April 8
  11. 11. • St. Francis de Sales - 1567 – 1622 - bishop of Geneva - known for his writings on spiritual formation - patron of Catholic press and deaf people - feast day January 24
  12. 12. • St. John Bosco – 1815 – 1888 - dedicated his life to the betterment and education of disadvantaged youth - Patron of schoolchildren and magicians - Feast day January 31
  13. 13. • St. Therese of Liseaux - 1873 – 1897 - popularly known as The Little Flower - influential model of holiness because of the simplicity of her approach to the spiritual life - The impact of The Story of a Soul, a collection of her autobiographical manuscripts, printed and distributed a year after her death was great, and she quickly became one of the most popular saints of the twentieth century
  14. 14. • On October 19, 1997 Pope John Paul II declared her the thirty-third Doctor of the Church, the youngest person, and at that time only the third woman, to be so honored • Patron of AIDS sufferers, florists and gardeners • Feast day October 1

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