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St. Catherine of Sienna the last years of her life she carried the Bark of St. Peter, which was extremely heavy.

St. Catherine of Sienna the last years of her life she carried the Bark of St. Peter, which was extremely heavy.

“Ángel robándole la cartera a una monja durmiendo “ (Il cherubinni maleanti) Francesco Vanni

Autor: Borgoña, Juan de Título: "La Magdalena, San Pedro de Verona, Santa Catalina de Siena y la beata Margarita de Hungría" Cronología: Hacia 1515 Técnica: Técnica mixta Soporte: Tabla Medidas: 156 cm x 107 cm Escuela: Española Procedencia: Colección Yakichiro Suma, 1962; adquirido por el Estado, 1962; Museo Cerralbo, 1962-1965; adscrito al Museo Nacional del Prado, 1965.

The Magdalene, St. Peter of Verona, St. Catherine of Siena and Blessed Margaret of Hungary / La Magdalena, San Pedro de Verona, Santa Catalina de Siena y la beata Margarita de Hungría // ca. 1515 // Juan de Borgoña

St. Catherine of Bologna says: “I received many and very great favours from the Saints but still greater favours from the Holy Souls.”)

St. Catherine of Bologna says: “I received many and very great favours from the Saints but still greater favours from the Holy Souls.”)

Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, R.S.C.J. (also known as the Society of The Sacred Heart), born August 29, 1769 – died November 18, 1852, was a Catholic Religious Sister and French-American Saint. She spent the last half of her life teaching and serving the people of the Midwestern United States.

Saint Rose Philippine Duchesne, R.S.C.J. (also known as the Society of The Sacred Heart), born August 29, 1769 – died November 18, 1852, was a Catholic Religious Sister and French-American Saint. She spent the last half of her life teaching and serving the people of the Midwestern United States.

The man who burns with the fire of divine love is a son of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, he enkindles that flame; he deserves & works with all this strength to inflame all men with the fire of God's love. Nothing deters him: he rejoices in poverty, labors strenuously, welcomes hardships, laughs off false accusations, rejoices in anguish.  St Anthony Mary Claret   –- Saint Anthony Mary Claret

The man who burns with the fire of divine love is a son of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, he enkindles that flame; he deserves & works with all this strength to inflame all men with the fire of God's love. Nothing deters him: he rejoices in poverty, labors strenuously, welcomes hardships, laughs off false accusations, rejoices in anguish. St Anthony Mary Claret –- Saint Anthony Mary Claret

St. Augustine. sinners who became saints

St. Augustine. sinners who became saints

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