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John of God Healing Relic Card

Item Number: 94555

Catalog Code: 14850-JOHN

John of God Healing Relic Card

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This healing saint prayer card has a third class relic to St. John of God, patron to those with high blood preassure or heart disease.  On the back is the following prayer:

Prayer to Saint John of God

Saint John of Go, you are honored as the patron of those who are afflicted by heart disease.  Obtain for me the grace from God to be well again.  Bless me with a healthy heart, I ask you for your intercession and help.  Grant that I receive the favor for which I now ask through Jesus Christ, Our Lord.  Amen.

Printed in Italy.


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H x W: 
3 1/4"  (8.25 cm) x 2 1/4"  (5.71 cm)
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St. John of God

Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 03/08

Patron Of: Against Sickness, Dying People, Heart Patients, Sick People, Alcoholics, Bodily Ills, Bookbinders, Booksellers, Firefighters, Hospital Workers, Hospitals, Nurses, Printers, Publishers

Also known as
    Juan de Dios

    8 March

    Grew up working as a shepherd in Castile. He led a misspent a wild youth, and travelled over much of Europe and north Africa as a soldier in the army of Charles V, and as a mercenary. Fought through a brief period of insanity. Peddled religious books and pictures in Gibraltar, though without any religious conviction himself. In his 40's he received a vision of the Infant Jesus who called him John of God. To make up for the misery he had caused as a soldier, he left the military, rented a house in Granada, Spain, and began caring for the sick, poor, homeless and unwanted. He gave what he had, begged for those who couldn't, carried those who could not move on their own, and converted both his patients and those who saw him work with them. Friend of Saint John of Avila, on whom he tried to model his life. John founded the Order of Charity and the Order of Hospitallers of Saint John of God.

    8 March 1495 at Montemoro Novo, Evora, Portugal

    died on 8 March 1550 at Granada, Spain while praying before a crucifix from a illness contracted while saving a drowning man; relics at Granada

Name Meaning
    God is gracious; gift of God

    21 September 1630 by Pope Urban VIII

    16 October 1690 by Pope Alexander VIII

Name Meaning
    God is gracious (= John)

    against sickness
    bodily ills
    dying people
    heart patients
    hospital workers
    sick people
    Tultepec, Mexico

All information used with permission of the Patron Saint Index.

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