Prayer to Saint Peregrine O great St. Peregrine, you have been called "The Mighty," "The Wonder-Worker," because of the numerous miracles which you have obtained from God for those who have had recourse to you.
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.
St. Peregrine Novena New here? Join us in Prayer! Click here to get novena reminders by email!. St. Peregrine is the Patron Saint of Cancer Patients. St. Peregrine was known for his holiness but also for a miraculous healing that he received.
peregrine This olive wood chaplet consists of a crucifix followed by three groups of three beads, followed by a medal of St. Peregrine. Begin the chaplet with the prayer to St. Peregrine found on the holy card (included) and then pray three Our Fathers, Hail Mary's, and Glory Be's. St. Peregrine is the Patron Saint of those who suffer with cancer.
Prayer: St. Peregrine, as His priest, you dwelt for many years in peace in the House of the Lord. Intercede for us with Him, then, that this troubled world, torn by hatred and violence, may at last know the blessedness of peace with justice. Amen.
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St. Peregrine Laziosi St. Peregrine Novena Intro Prayer (to be said each day) O good St. Peregrine, patron of those suffering from foot ailments, cancer, and incurable diseases, grant, we beseech you, relief from suffering to (name the names of the persons who are ill).
Saint Peregrine is the patron of sick people, cancer patients, and AIDS patients. He was initially a fiery anti-Catholic until he struck Saint Philip Benizi whom offered him the other cheek in return. Saint Peregrine had a conversion from the experience. He had a vision of Christ which resulted in the cancer in his foot being healed. Saint Peregrine is an incorruptible saint.
St. Peregrine Laziosi (d. May 1, 1345) was a Servite priest (Order of the Servants of Mary) who was the victim of a spreading cancer in his leg, and was scheduled for an amputation. He spent the night before the operation in prayer, and in answer he received a vision of Christ who touched the diseased area of his leg.
Novenas to Annunciation, Divine Mercy, Little Flower, Novena to Immaculate Heart, St. Philomena, Saint Joseph, Novena to Sacred Heart of Jesus, St. Peregrine, Jude ...