Episode #7 – St. Paula Frassinetti

Episode #7 – St. Paula Frassinetti

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Ave Maria!

She had four brothers, all who became priests. And she herself became a nun, founding an order for the evangelization for poor and needy children

A friend of Blessed Pope Pius IX, St. Paula lived and worked in Rome, under the terrible scourge of anti-Catholic persecutions that were rampant in the 19th century.

Find out more about this most humble, most holy servant of Christ on today’s episode of The Lives of the Saints.

St. Paula Frassinetti, pray for us.

 

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Show length: 07:57

Show Notes:

  • St. Paula had 4 brothers, all of whom became priests
  • She was mocked for her plans of her order
  • She was a personal friend of Blessed Pope Pius IX
  • Her order now has a worldwide presence

Download the episode to hear all about this amazing saint, St Paula Frassinetti!

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Episode #3 – St. Pancras of Rome

Episode #3 – St. Pancras of Rome

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St Pancras of Rome

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Ave Maria!

A famous train station in London is named after him, but who was St. Pancras of Rome?

Would you have been able to suffer martyrdom for Christ at the age of 14?

Listen to today’s episode to hear about this amazing saint who loved Christ even unto death.

St. Pancras of Rome, pray for us. 

 

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Show length: 06:07

Show Notes:

  • St Pancras was only 14 when he had his head cut off by the Emperor Diocletian
  • Relics of him still exist today, after they were nearly destroyed
  • Find out why he is so popular in England

St Pancras is truly amazing – download the episode and be inspired by his act of martyrdom for Christ.

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