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Gemma Galgani Healing Relic Card

Item Number: 94552

Catalog Code: 14850-GEM

Gemma Galgani Healing Relic Card

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This healing saint prayer card has a third class relic to St. Gemma Galgani, patroness to those with back pain.  On the back is the following prayer:

Prayer to Gemma Galgani

Saint Gemma, you are honored as the patron of those who suffer from Back Pains and Spinal Issues.  Saint Gemma, have pity on all who labor under the cross and are in need of God's mercy.  You suffered from Back Ailments all your life until you were cured by your strong devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.  I now call upon your heavenly assistance and ask you to intercede on my behalf, before the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.  Pray for me so that I may be cured of my Back Pains and Back Issues, so that I may be able to enjoy pain free all the beauty that life has to offer in God's beautiful world.  Amen.

Printed in Italy.


Product Details

H x W: 
3 1/4"  (8.25 cm) x 2 1/4"  (5.71 cm)
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St. Gemma Galgani

St. Gemma Galgani Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 04/11
Tridentine Calendar - 04/11

Patron Of: Apothecaries, Druggists, Pharmacists, Temptation, Loss of Parents

    Daughter of a poor pharmacist; mother died when she was seven, her father when she was eighteen, and she took care of her seven brothers and sisters. Laywoman. Cured in her 20's of spinal tuberculosis by prayer to Saint Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows. Rejected by the orders to which she applied who would not believe her cure, she became a Passionist tertiary. Stigmatist, receiving the wounds on her hands and feet each Thursday evening through Friday afternoon starting in June 1899 and continuing into 1901. Visionary; she saw her guardian angel daily, and visits from the devil who tempted her to spit on the cross and break a rosary. Her canonization faced stiff opposition by those who either disbelieved or wished to avoid attention to her visions and stigmata.

    12 March 1878 at Borgo Nuovo di Camigliano, Lucca, Tuscany, Italy

    11 April 1903 (Holy Saturday) of tuberculosis

    1933 by Pope Pius XI

    2 May 1940 by Pope Pius XII

All information used with permission of the Patron Saint Index.

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