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Compassionate Blood - Catherine of Siena on the Passion

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A MUST-HAVE BOOK FOR LENT

  • An easy-to-read meditation on Christ's Passion
  • Insightful reflections that invite us to embrace the challenges we encounter during our journey and, with Saint Catherine, to consider that the sufferings of this present time are as nothing compared with the glory to be revealed for us (Rom 8:18)
  • Profound, thought-provoking essays on the triumph of the cross
  • A thoughtful gift to help comfort loved ones, family, and friends

Find strength and healing in the arms of the cross!
 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR 

Father Romanus Cessario, O.P., is a priest of the Dominican Province of Saint Joseph. He teaches theology at Saint John's Seminary, Brighton, Mass. Father Cessario also serves as Senior Editor of Magnificat.


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9781941709382
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7 7/10"  (19.5 cm) x 5"  (12.7 cm)
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2017

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St. Catherine of Siena

St. Catherine of Siena Feast Day:
Roman Rite Calendar - 4/29
Tridentine Calendar - 4/30


Patron Of: Artists, Fire, Firefighters, Illness, Leather Workers, Nurses, Philosophers, Scribes, Secretaries, Stenographers, Tongue

Profile
    Youngest child in a large family. At the age of 6 she had a vision in which Jesus appeared and blessed her. Her parents wanted her to marry, but she became a Dominican tertiary. Mystic. Stigmatist. Received a vision in which she was in a mystical marriage with Christ, and the Infant Christ presented her with a wedding ring. Counselor to Pope Gregory XI and Pope Urban VI. Proclaimed Doctor of the Church on 4 October 1970.

Born
    25 March 1347 at Siena, Tuscany, Italy

Died
    29 April 1380 of a mysterious and painful illness that came on without notice, and was never properly diagnosed

Canonized
    July 1461 by Pope Pius II


All information used with permission of the Patron Saint Index.

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