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Class Saint Presentations

  1. 1. Catholic Saints Presentations Mrs. Donnelly's 3rd Grade 2010
  2. 2. Saint Michael the Archangel Aaron c
  3. 3. Saint Michael the Archangel ● Feast Day is September 29th ● Patron saint of battles Germany,grocers,police men ● The meaning of the name is who is like God One of my cool facts is he is the protector of the Catholic church ● We do not know when he was born or when he died
  4. 4. quote "The question of how many angels could dance on the point of a pin no longer is absurd in molecular physics, with its discovery of how broad that point actually is, and what part invisible electronic 'messengers' play in the dance of life" (Lewis Mumford).
  5. 5. Sources ● ● ● ● Catholic
  6. 6. Saint Patrick Joseph
  7. 7. Saint Patrick ● He was born 385 ● His feast day is March 17th ● Patrick helped people become priests and monks. ● He has his own prayer. ● He died March 17, 461. ● He died in the first church he built.
  8. 8. Quote “Christ shield me this day: Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ in me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ on my right, Christ on my left, Christ when I lie down, Christ when I arise, Christ in the heart of every person who thinks of me, Christ in the eye that sees me, Christ in the ear that hears me” (from “The Breastplate of St. Patrick”).
  9. 9. Sources ● www.loyolapress .com ● ●
  10. 10. Saint Blase Jack
  11. 11. ● Saint Blase died in the year of 316 ● His feast is February 3rd ● He is the patron saint of wild animals and throat ailments ● Saint Blase was a priest Saint Blase
  12. 12. Quote ● “Through the intercession of St. Blaise, bishop and martyr, may God deliver you from ailments of the throat and from every other evil. In the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit” (Blessing of St. Blaise).
  13. 13. Sources ● www.Loyola ● www.American ● Book about saints
  14. 14. Saint John Neumann Grace
  15. 15. Saint John Neumann ● Born on 1811 ● Feast day is January 5 ● Birth place Europe ● He became a bishop ● Went to New York at age 25 ● Patron saint of Redemptorists ● 1860 he was consecrate a bishop ● He was a bishop for Philadelphia ● He died in 1860
  16. 16. ●Quote ● “All people of whatever race, condition or age, in virtue of their dignity as human persons, have an inalienable right to education. This education should be suitable to the particular destiny of the individuals, adapted to their ability, sex and national cultural traditions, and should be conducive to amicable relations with other nations in order to promote true unity and peace in the world. True education aims to give people a formation which is directed towards their final end and the good of that society to which they belong and in which, as adults, they will have their share of duties to perform.” (Declaration on Christian Education, 1, Austin Flannel translation.
  17. 17. Sources ● ● ● ● Book of saints part 6
  18. 18. Saint George Garett
  19. 19. Saint George ● Saint George is the patron saint of England, Portugal, soldiers, Germany, and boy scouts. ● Died April 23, 303 A.D. ● Feast Day April 23. ● The coolest facts are that Saint George kills a dragon to save a lady and that Saint George and the dragon is a symbol of his Christian courage.
  20. 20. Quote ● "When we look at the lives of those who have faithfully followed Christ, we are inspired with a new reason for seeking the city which is to come" (Dogmatic Constitution on the Church, 50).
  21. 21. Sources ● ● ● Book of saints ●
  22. 22. Saint Ignatius of Loyola Ben
  23. 23. Saint Ignatius ● Patron Saint of retreats, soldiers, and Spiritual Exercises. ● Saint Ignatius was born in1491. ● Saint Ignatius died in 1556. ● Saint Ignatius was the youngest of 13 children. ● Saint Ignatius made the Spiritual Exercises.
  24. 24. Quote ● Ignatius recommended this prayer to penitents: “Receive, Lord, all my liberty, my memory, my understanding and my whole will. You have given me all that I have, all that I am, and I surrender all to your divine will, that you dispose of me. Give me only your love and your grace. With this I am rich enough, and I have no more to ask.”
  25. 25. Sources ● ● ● Book of saint
  26. 26. Saint Louise de Marillac Abigail
  27. 27. Saint Louise de Marillac ● Born on August 12 ● Died on March 15 ● Feast day March 15 1591 ● Patron Saint of orphan and widows ● Louise's mother died when she was a child ● Her father died before she was sixteen ● And she worked hard to help the sick and the poor
  28. 28. Quote ● Love the poor. Honor them, my children, as you would honor Christ himself.
  29. 29. Sources ● ● ● Saint book part 4 ●
  30. 30. Saint Patrick Joseph
  31. 31. Saint Patrick ● He was born 385 ● His feast day is March 17th ● Patrick helped people become priests and monks. ● He has his own prayer. ● He died March 17, 461. ● He died in the first church he built.
  32. 32. Quote “Christ shield me this day: Christ with me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ in me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me, Christ on my right, Christ on my left, Christ when I lie down, Christ when I arise, Christ in the heart of every person who thinks of me, Christ in the eye that sees me, Christ in the ear that hears me” (from “The Breastplate of St. Patrick”).
  33. 33. Sources ● www.loyolapress .com ● ●
  34. 34. Saint James Julia
  35. 35. Saint James ● Saint James Feast day is July 25. ● Saint James is very popular in England, where more than 400 churches are dedicated to him. ● He died in A.D.44. ● Saint James is the patron saint of laborers.
  36. 36. Quote .... .Christ the Lord, in whom the entire revelation of the most high God is summed up (see 2 Corinthians 1:20; 3:16–4:6), having fulfilled in his own person and promulgated with his own lips the Gospel promised by the prophets, commanded the apostles to preach it to everyone as the source of all saving truth and moral law, communicating God’s gifts to them. This was faithfully done: it was done by the apostles who handed on, by oral preaching, by their example, by their dispositions, what they themselves had received from the lips of Christ, from his way of life and his works, or by coming to know it through the prompting of the Holy Spirit” (Constitution on Divine Revelation, 7).
  37. 37. Prayer ● Saint James, pray for us that we may be willing to leave everything to follow Jesus as you did. Amen
  38. 38. Sources ● ● ● Catholic/ ●
  39. 39. Saint Bernadette Soubirous Sophie
  40. 40. Saint Bernadette Soubirous ● Born 1844 ● Died 1874 ● Patron saint of illness ● Saint Bernadette was often sick throughout her life ● Feast day April 16 ● A cool fact is that she lived in a prison
  41. 41. Prayer to Saint Bernadette ● Prayer by St. Bernadette in Times of Affliction ● O my God, I beg You, by Your loneliness, not that You may spare me affliction, but that You may not abandon me in it. When I encounter affliction, teach me to see You in it as my sole Comforter. Let affliction strengthen my faith, fortify my hope, and purify my love. Grant me the grace to see Your Hand in my affliction, and to desire no other comforter but You. Amen.
  42. 42. Sources ● ● ●
  43. 43. Saint Francis Xavier Sam
  44. 44. Saint Francis Xavier ● St. Francis was born in Spain,1506. ● He died in a cabin on December 2,1552. ● Francis is the patron saint of Japan missionaries. ● His feast day is December 3rd. ● He was sent to college of St. Barbra in Spain. ● He became a teacher in Spain. ●
  45. 45. Prayer ● Saint Francis Xavier ,you rejoiced in all the skills and gifts God gave you. Help me to enjoy using my talents for God and to love God with all my heart, ● Amen.
  46. 46. SOURCES ● WWW. Loyola Press .com ● Catholic .org ● Saint book part 7 ● American Catholic .org
  47. 47. Saint Lucy Preston
  48. 48. Saint Lucy ● Her name means light ● Feast day is December,13 ● She was born in Sicily ● Died in 304 or 303 ● Her mother became sick ● Patron Saint of blindness,eye disorders ● In her old age she became blind ● She was not married ● She became a nun
  49. 49. Quote ● “The Gospel tells us of all that Jesus suffered, of the insults that fell upon him. But, from Bethlehem to Calvary, the brilliance that radiates from his divine purity spread more and more and won over the crowds. So great was the austerity and the enchantment of his conduct.”
  50. 50. Prayer ● Enjoy the inspirational words to the Prayer to St. Lucy. These online, free words can be printed and used to create a personalised Prayer book. Add to your collection of printable prayers which are suitable for different occasions. You will find the words provide comfort and are inspirational, spiritual and joyful.
  51. 51. Sources ● ● ● ● Book of saints ●
  52. 52. St. Augustine Pierce
  53. 53. St. Augustine ● He was born in 354 A.D. ● His feast day was May 27. ● He is the patron saint of Theologians. ● He was a Bishop. ● At age 33 he became a Baptized Cristen. ● He was a sinner, but decided to change his life. ● He died in 430 A.D.
  54. 54. Quote ● In a letter to Augustine, Pope Gregory the Great wrote: "He who would climb to a lofty height must go by steps, not leaps."
  55. 55. Sources ● ● ●
  56. 56. Saint Martin de Porres Morgan
  57. 57. Saint Martin de Porres ●Saint Martin is the patron Saint of barbers. Saint Martin de Porres was born 1575 in Lima, Peru. ●He died on 1639. ●Saint Martin's feast day is November 3. ●Saint Martin worked to help his parents. ●Saint Martin worked as a special kind of barber he also helped the sick. ●Saint Martin loved his job. ●.
  58. 58. Quote In 1962, Pope John XXIII remarked at the canonization of Martin: "He excused the faults of others. He forgave the bitterest injuries, convinced that he deserved much severer punishments on account of his own sins. He tried with all his might to redeem the guilty; lovingly he comforted the sick; he provided food, clothing and medicine for the poor; he helped, as best he could, farm laborers and Negroes, as well as mulattoes, who were looked upon at that time as akin to slaves: thus he deserved to be called by the name the people gave him: 'Martin of Charity.'"
  59. 59. sources ● ● ● The book of saints
  60. 60. Saint Clare Margaux
  61. 61. Saint Clare ● Saint Clare was born in Assisi, Italy ● She died in 1253 ● Her feast day is August 11th ● Saint Clare is the patron saint of TV and eye disorders ● She was the founder of nuns ● She was good friends with Saint Francis of Assisi
  62. 62. Quote ● "Gaze upon Him, consider Him, contemplate Him, as you desire to imitate Him."
  63. 63. Sources ● ● Book of Saints #3 ● ●
  64. 64. Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Lilly
  65. 65. Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton ● Patron Saint of loss of parents ● Born in August 28 1774 ● Died in January 4 1821 ● Feast day January 4 ● Elizabeth was the first native born American to be canonized by the Catholic Church
  66. 66. Quote Elizabeth Seton told her sisters, “The first end I propose in our daily work is to do the will of God; secondly, to do it in the manner he wills it; and thirdly, to do it because it is his will.”
  67. 67. Sources ● ● ● Book of Saints ●
  68. 68. Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton you endured sadness and misunderstanding from many people. When I am sad or hurt, help me to find comfort in knowing God loves me. Amen
  69. 69. Saint Katharine Drexel Kevin
  70. 70. Saint Katharine Drexel ● Saint Katharine was born 1858 in Philadelphia ● She died in 1955 ● Her feast day is March 3rd ● Saint Katharine started the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament ● She was the second recognized saint born in America ● Saint Katharine was announced a saint in October, 2000 by Pope John Paul 2th
  71. 71. Quote ● “The patient and humble endurance of the cross—whatever nature it may be—is the highest work we have to do.” “Oh, how far I am at 84 years of age from being an image of Jesus in his sacred life on earth!” (Saint Katharine Drexel)
  72. 72. Sources ● ● ● Book of saints ●
  73. 73. Saint Aloysius Gonzaga Kelsey
  74. 74. Saint Aloysius Gonzaga ● He was born March 9, 1568. ● He was the patron saint of Catholic youth, teenagers, and youth. ● He died June 21, 1591. ● His feast day is June 12. ● At age 11 he was teaching Catechism to poor children. ● When Aloysius was 25 a epidemic broke out in Rome Aloysius volunteered to help the hospitals immediately.
  75. 75. Quote "When we stand praying, beloved brethren, we ought to be watchful and earnest with our whole heart, intent on our prayers. Let all carnal and worldly thoughts pass away, nor let the soul at that time think on anything except the object of its prayer" (St. Cyprian, On the Lord's Prayer, 31).
  76. 76. Sources ● ● ● ● Book of saints
  77. 77. Saint Thomas More Kelly
  78. 78. Saint Thomas More ● Saint Thomas More was born in London in 1478. ● His feast day is July 22nd ● He is the Patron Saint of lawyers. ● He had 4 children. ● He died July 6 1535. ● He went to school in London ● He gave money to the poor. ● He went to church in England.
  79. 79. Quote ● "The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."
  80. 80. Sources ● ● ● www.American Catholic
  81. 81. Saint Anthony Kayleigh
  82. 82. Saint Anthony ● Saint Anthony was born in Portugal in the year 1195. ● He died in the year of 1231. ● He joined the Franciscan order. ● He was 36 years ween died. ● Saint Anthony is the patron saint of the poor and helping you ween you lose things .
  83. 83. Quote ● In his sermon notes, Anthony writes: "The saints are like the stars. In his providence Christ conceals them in a hidden place that they may not shine before others when they might wish to do so. Yet they are always ready to exchange the quiet of contemplation for the works of mercy as soon as they perceive in their heart the invitation of Christ."
  84. 84. Sources ● ● ● ● Books about Saints
  85. 85. Saint Mark Steven
  86. 86. Saint Mark ● Saint Mark's feast day was April 25 ● He is the Patron Saint of notaries ● Saint Mark was a Gospel writer ● Saint Mark wrote the second gospel ● He died in 74 A.D.
  87. 87. ●Quote: ● There is very little in Mark that is not in the other Gospels—only four passages. One is: “...This is how it is with the kingdom of God; it is as if a man were to scatter seed on the land and would sleep and rise night and day and the seed would sprout and grow, he knows not how. Of its own accord the land yields fruit, first the blade, then the ear, then the full grain in the ear. And when the grain is ripe, he wields the sickle at once, for the harvest has come” (Mark 4:26-29).
  88. 88. Sources ● ● ● Book about Saints ●
  89. 89. Saint Mary Magdalene Tabi
  90. 90. Saint Mary Magdalene • She was born on may 26. • She died when she was 72. • She is called Magdalene because she is Jewish. • Her feast day was July 22.
  91. 91. PRAYER TO SAINT MARY MAGDALENE Saint Mary Magdalene, woman of many sins, who by conversion became the beloved of Jesus, thank you for your witness that Jesus forgives through the miracle of love. You, who already possess eternal happiness in His glorious presence, please intercede for me, so that some day I may share in the same everlasting joy. Amen.
  92. 92. Sources ● ● ●
  93. 93. Saint John Vianney Yesnia
  94. 94. St. John Vianney ● St. John Vianney is the patron saint of parish priests. ● He was born in1786. ● He died August 4,1859. ● His feast day is August 4th. ● The coolest facts are that St. John Vianney was a wonder worker and all the crowds loved him.
  95. 95. Quote ● Recommending liturgical prayer, John Vianney would say, “Private prayer is like straw scattered here and there: If you set it on fire it makes a lot of little flames. But gather these straws into a bundle and light them, and you get a mighty fire, rising like a column into the sky; public prayer is like that.”
  96. 96. Sources ● ● ● ● Book of saints