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St. Peregrine Pewter Wall Cross - 5in. x 3 1/2in.

Item Number: 12324

Catalog Code: 9721-E

Peregrine Pewter Wall Cross

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The beautiful pewter wall cross is 5 in. x 3 1/2 in.  In the center is a medallion with St. Peregrine in high relief.  Above is the Holy Spirit, on the left arm of the cross is the symbol of the Lamb of God, and on the right arm is the Bible.  Comes in a gift box with the "Prayer to St. Peregrine."

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H x W: 
5"  (12.7 cm) x 3 1/2"  (8.89 cm)
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St. Peregrine Laziosi

St. Peregrine Laziosi Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 05/01

Patron Of: Sick, Cancer Patients, Skin Diseases, Against Cancer, Breast Cancer, Open Sores, AIDS Sufferers

Also known as
    1 May
    Born wealthy, he spent a worldly youth, and became involved in politics. Peregrine was initially strongly anti-Catholic. During a popular revolt, he struck the papal peace negotiator, Saint Philip Benizi, across the face. Saint Philip calmly turned the other cheek, prayed for the youth, and Peregine converted.

    He received a vision of Our Lady who told him to go to Siena, Italy, and there to join the Servites. After training and ordination, they assigned him to his home town. He lived and worked, as much as possible, in complete silence, in solitude, and without sitting down for 30 years in an attempt to do penance for his early life. When he did speak, he was known as a fervant preacher, excellent orator, and gentle confessor. Founded a Servite house at Forli.

    A victim of a spreading cancer in his foot, Peregrine was scheduled for an amputation. The night before the operation, he spent in prayer; that night received a vision of Christ who healed him with a touch. The next morning, Peregrine found his cancer completely healed.
    1260 at Forli, Italy
    1345 at Forli, Italy of natural causes; body incorrupt
    11 September 1702 by Pope Clement XI
    27 December 1726 by Pope Benedict XIII
    against cancer, AIDS sufferers, breast cancer, cancer patients, open sores, sick people, skin diseases

All information used with permission of the Patron Saint Index.

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