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Gertrude the Great Paper Prayer Cards 100 Pack

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St. Gertrude paper prayer card 100 pack with the 1000 souls prayer on the back.

"Prayer of
St. Gertrude the Great
Feast Day: November 16
Our Lord told St. Gertrude that the
following prayer will release 1000 souls
from purgatory each time it is said. The
prayer is extended to include living
sinners as well:

Eternal Father, I offer thee
the most precious blood of
The Divine Son, Jesus,
in union with the Masses said
throughout the world today
for all the
Holy Souls in Purgatory,
for sinners everywhere, for
sinners in the Universal Church,
those in my own home and
within my family.


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4 1/4"  (10.7 cm) x 2 1/2"  (6.35 cm)

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St. Gertrude The Great

St. Gertrude The Great Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 11/16
Tridentine Calendar - 11/15

Patron Of: Nuns, West Indies

    We don't know who her parents were or what became of them. She was raised in the Cistercian abbey of Helfta, Eisleben, Saxony from age five. An extremely bright student, and gentle person. At age 26, when she had become too enamored of philosophy, she received a vision of Christ who reproached her; from then on she studied the Bible and the works of the Church Fathers. Received many visions and mystical instruction, which formed the basis of her writings. Helped spread devotion to the Sacred Heart. Her writings have been greatly praised by Saint Teresa and Saint Francis de Sales, and continue in print today.

    6 January 1256 at Eisleben, Germany

    on a Wednesday of Easter season in 1302 of natural causes; relics in the old monastery of Helfta

    never formerly canonized; received equipollent canonization and a universal feast day declared in 1677 by Pope Clement XII

All information used with permission of the Patron Saint Index.

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