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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peregrine_Laziosi

A St. Peregrine Mass is celebrated at The Grotto on the first Saturday of each month at 12 noon in the Chapel of Mary. and there is also a St. Peregrine Laziosi Parish and Diocesan Shrine in Muntinlupa City in the Philippines. It houses a relic taken from St. Peregrine himself, a rib. It is currently on display in the church's Relic Chapel.

franciscanmissionassoc.org/.../st-peregrine/the-story-of-st-peregrine

The Story of St. Peregrine. The Rebel Who Became a Saint. Peregrine Laziosi (1265-1345) was born in Forli, Italy, the only son of well-to-do parents. In his teens he joined the enemies of the Pope in his hometown and soon became a ringleader of rebels.

www.theworkofgod.org/Saints/Lives/Peregrin.htm

Saint Peregrine " The Cancer Saint " Patron Saint of those afflicted with cancer, AIDS and all the sick. St. Peregrine Story. He was born in Forli, Italy around 1265. At the time, Forli was governed by the Pope as part of the Papal States. Peregrine grew up in a family which was actively involved in the opposition or anti-papal party.

catholicnovenaapp.com/novenas/st-peregrine-novena

We immediately turned to novena prayers, and it was in this way that I discovered that Saint Peregrine was the patron saint of cancer. I added the St. Peregrine novena to the Catholic Novena mobile app , and many people shared with me how much they wanted to pray the novena to him, for themselves or their loved ones who were suffering from cancer.

servite.org/st-peregrine/history

The following day, the doctor arrived to perform the amputation but could find no sign of the cancer, or even of a wound. He was so shocked that he spread the news of the miracle throughout the town. This only increased the people’s veneration of Peregrine. The saint died of a fever about 1345 when he was almost eighty years old.

www.catholic.org/saints/saint.php?saint_id=237

Peregrine Laziosi was born of a wealthy family at Forli, Italy, in 1260. As a youth he was active in politics as a member of the anti-papal party. During one uprising, which the Pope sent St. Philip Benizi to mediate, Philip was struck in the face by Peregrine. When Philip offered the other cheek, Peregrine was so overcome that he repented and converted to Catholicism.

servite.org/st-peregrine/national-shrine

At the National Shrine of Saint Peregrine, a Mass for the Sick with blessing of individuals with the relic of Saint Peregrine is celebrated on the third Saturday of every month at 11:00am. A Spanish-language healing Mass and blessing is held on the second Saturday of the month also at 11:00am.

cancershrine.com/about-us/history

The Relic of St. Peregrine – A first class relic of our patron saint, containing his bone fragment, is kept in the Shrine office. Veneration of the relic is offered during prayer group meetings and other times by request. The St. Peregrine Cancer Shrine is celebrating its 5 Year Anniversary! We extend a heartfelt thank you to all Christ the King Parishioners who have walked as One Body in ...

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Saint Peregrine Prayer for people with cancer - Duration: ... Learn About St Peregrine ... Fr. Peter Rookey-History of the Servite Order and St. Peregrine - Duration: ...

www.ourcatholicprayers.com/prayers-to-st-peregrine.html

St. Peregrine is known as the patron saint of cancer patients, AIDS victims and others suffering from serious illnesses. These two prayers give us an intriguing glimpse into his life’s story. Peregrine Laziosi was born in 1260 in Forli, Italy to a wealthy family.