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St. Gianna Molla Prayer Card

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This St. Gianna Molla prayer card pictures her and her child on the front and has the following prayer on the back:

 

Prayer of St. Gianna Molla

Jesus, I promise You to submit
myself to all that You permit to
befall me, make me only know Your
will.

My most sweet Jesus, infinitely
merciful God, most tender Father
of souls, and in a particular way of
the most weak, most miserable,
most infirm which You carry with
special tenderness between Your
divine arms, I come to You to ask
You, through the love and merits
of Your Sacred Heart, the grace
to comprehend and to do always
Your Holy Will, the grace to confide
in You, the grace to rest securely
through time and eternity in Your
loving divine arms.

Amen.


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4 1/2"  (11.4 cm) x 2 3/4"  (6.98 cm)
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2011

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St. Gianna Beretta Molla

Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 04/28


Also known as
    Gianna Beretta
    Gianna Molla

Memorial
    28 April

Profile
    Tenth of thirteen children born to Alberto and Maria Beretta, she was a pious girl raised in a pious family; one sister became a nun, and two brothers, including Enrico Beretta became priests. While in college, she worked with the poor and elderly, and joined the Saint Vincent de Paul Society. Physician and surgeon, graduating from the University of Pavia in 1949, she started a clinic in Mero, Italy in 1950. She returned to school and studied pediatrics, and after finishing in 1952 she worked especially with mothers, babies, the elderly, and the poor. Active in Catholic Action, and a avid skier. She considered a call to religious life, but was married to Pietro Molla on 24 September 1955 at Magenta. Mother of three, she continued her medical career, treating it as a mission and gift from God. During her pregnancy with her fourth child, she was diagnosed with a large ovarian cyst. Her surgeon recommended an abortion in order to save Gianna's life; she refused and died a week after childbirth, caring more for doing right by her unborn child than for her own life. Today that child is a physician herself, and involved in the pro-life movement.

Born
    4 October 1922 in Magenta, Milan, Italy

Died
    28 April 1962 in Monza Maternity Hospital of complications from an ovarian cyst

Venerated
    6 July 1991 by Pope John Paul II

Beatified
    24 April 1994 by Pope John Paul II in Rome, Italy

Canonized
    16 May 2004 by Pope John Paul II



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