MANY SAINTS,MANY MIRACLES
MANY SAINTS,MANY MIRACLES
MANY SAINTS,MANY MIRACLES

MANY SAINTS,MANY MIRACLES

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ADDED 9-3-08 THE ITEM IS VERY RARE/ONE OF A KIND

What your looking at is a multiple of Saints and their bone and blood relics. This relic case holds 12 relics and they are very old.

You get the Saints I'm about to list. I'm not sure if I have all the information on them correct because I'm not catholic. Because of this I am listing the names as they appear inside and you can figure that out for yourself. If I have them all right I did include some information on each one of them from the Catholic dictionary. I'm thinking that some of them are wrong as far as the descriptions go.

These have been used and tested for over a year. There is one that even heals pets. I went to the big saint place and two of them appeared to me. When Aaron used this one three appeared to him. It was different for all of us so I think it all depends on what you need help with.

This item was also sent out and tested by two of my buyers. It did grant miracles to them. If they want to come forward they can and I will post it.

Here are the names as they appear inside

S. Pauli AP

S. Thomae AP

S. Barthol Ap

S. Matthaei AP E

S. Matthiae Ap

S. Joan AP EV

S. Jacobi Maj Ap

S. Andreae AP

S. J. Thaddei AP

S. Jacobi min AP

S. Simonis AP

S. Phillipi Ap










Saint James the Greater
[painting of Saint James]

Also known as
one of the Sons of Thunder
Iago
Jacobus Major
James the More
James the son of Zebedee
Santiago
Memorial
25 July
formerly 5 August
Profile
Son of Zebedee and Salome, brother of Saint John the Apostle, and may have been Jesus' cousin. He is called "the Greater" simply because he became an Apostle before Saint James the Lesser. Apparent disciple of Saint John the Baptist. Fisherman. He left everything when Christ called him to be a fisher of men. Was present during most of the recorded miracles of Christ. Preached in Samaria, Judea, and Spain. First Apostle to be martyred.

The pilgrimage to his relics in Compostela became such a popular devotion that the symbols of pilgrims have become his emblems, and he became patron of pilgrims. His work in Spain, and the housing of his relics there, led to his patronage of the country and all things Spanish; for centuries, the Spanish army rode to battle with the cry "Santiago!" ("Saint James!")

Like all men of renown, many stories grew up around James. In one, he brought back to life a boy who had been unjustly hanged, and had been dead for five weeks. The boy's father was notified of the miracle while he sat at supper. The father pronounced the story nonsense, and said his son was no more alive than the roasted fowl on the table; the cooked bird promptly sat up, sprouted feathers, and flew away.

Died44 at Jerusalem; stabbed with a sword by King Herod Agrippa; legend says his body was taken by angels, and sailed in a rudderless, unattended boat to Spain where a massive rock closed around it; relics at Compostela, Spain
Canonized
Pre-Congregation
Patronage
against arthritis
against rheumatism
Altopascio, Lucca, Italy
Antigua, Guatemala
apothecaries
arthritis sufferers
Bangued, Philippines, diocese of
blacksmiths
Brentino Belluno, Italy
Chile
Cicala, Catanzaro, Italy
Comitini, Italy
Compostela, Spain
druggists
equestrians
furriers
Galicia, Spain
Gavi, Italy
Guatemala
Hettstedt, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
horsemen
Jemez Indian Pueblo
knights
laborers
Loiza, Puerto Rico
Medjugorje, Bosnia-Herzegovina
Montreal, Canada
Nicaragua
pharmacists
pilgrims
Pistoia, Italy
rheumatoid sufferers
riders
Sahuayo, Mexico
Seattle, Washington, archdiocese of
soldiers
Spain
Spanish conquistadors
tanners
Tesuque Indian Pueblo
veterinarians
Prayers
Prayer to...
Representation
cockle shell
dark-bearded man holding a book
dark-bearded man holding a scroll
dark-bearded man holding a sword
dark-bearded man with a floppy pilgrim's hat, long staff, water bottle, and scallop shell
elderly, bearded man wearing a hat with a scallop shell
key
man with shells around him
main mounted on horseback, trampling a Moor
pilgrim with wallet and staff
pilgrim's hat
pilgrim's staff
scallop shell
sword


S. Joan of Arc

Saint Joan of Arc
[Saint Joan image]

Also known as
Jean D'arc
Jeanne d'Arc
Jehanne Darc
Maid of Orleans
Memorial
30 May
Profile
One of five children born to Jacques d'Arc and Isabelle Romee. Shepherdess. Mystic. From age 13 she received visions from Saint Margaret of Antioch, Saint Catherine of Alexandria, and Michael the Archangel.

In the early 15th century, England, in alliance with Burgundy, controlled most of what is modern France. In May 1428 Joan's visions told her to find the true king of France and help him reclaim his throne. She resisted for more than three years, but finally went to Charles VII in Chinon and told him of her visions. Carrying a banner that read "Jesus, Mary", she led troops from one battle to another. She was severely wounded, but her victories from 23 February 1429 to 23 May 1430 brought Charles VII to the throne. Captured by the Burgundians during the defence of Compiegne, she was sold to the English for 10 thousand francs. She was put on trial by an ecclesiastical court conducted by Cauchon, Bishop of Beauvais, a supporter of England, and was excuted as a heretic. In 1456 her case was re-tried, and Joan was acquitted (23 years too late).

"About Jesus Christ and the Church, I simply know they're just one thing, and we shouldn't complicate the matter." - Saint Joan of Arc, as recorded at her trial
Born
6 January 1412 at Greux-Domremy, Lorraine, France
Died
burned alive on 30 May 1431 at Rouen, France
Beatified
11 April 1905 by Pope Saint Pius X
Canonized
16 May 1920 by Pope Benedict XV
Name Meaning
God is gracious
Patronage
captives
France
imprisoned people
martyrs
opposition of Church authorities
people ridiculed for their piety
prisoners
rape victims
soldiers
WACs
WAVES
Women Appointed for Voluntary Emergency Service
Women's Army Corps
Prayers
Prayer for Faith



S. Pauli

St. Paul, the indefatigable Apostle of the Gentiles, was converted from Judaism on the road to Damascus. He remained some days in Damascus after his Baptism, and then went to Arabia, possibly for a year or two to prepare himself for his future missionary activity. Having returned to Damascus, he stayed there for a time, preaching in the synagogues that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God. For this he incurred the hatred of the Jews and had to flee from the city. He then went to Jerusalem to see Peter and pay his homage to the head of the Church.

Later he went back to his native Tarsus, where he began to evangelize his own province until called by Barnabus to Antioch. After one year, on the occasion of a famine, both Barnabus and Paul were sent with alms to the poor Christian community at Jerusalem. Having fulfilled their mission they returned to Antioch.

Soon after this, Paul and Barnabus made the first missionary journey, visiting the island of Cypress, then Pamphylia, Pisidia, and Lycaonia, all in Asia Minor, and establishing churches at Pisidian Antioch, Iconium, Lystra, and Derbe.

After the Apostolic Council of Jerusalem Paul, accompanied by Silas and later also by Timothy and Luke, made his second missionary journey, first revisiting the churches previously established by him in Asia Minor, and then passing through Galatia. At Troas a vision of a Macedonian was had by Paul, which impressed him as a call from God to evangelize in Macedonia. He accordingly sailed for Europe, and preached the Gospel in Philippi. Thessalonica, Beroea, Athens, and Corinth. Then he returned to Antioch by way of Ephesus and Jerusalem.

On his third missionary journey, Paul visited nearly the same regions as on the second trip, but made Ephesus where he remained nearly three years, the center of his missionary activity. He laid plans also for another missionary journey, intending to leave Jerusalem for Rome and Spain. Persecutions by the Jews hindered him from accomplishing his purpose. After two years of imprisonment at Caesarea he finally reached Rome, where he was kept another two years in chains.

The Acts of the Apostles gives us no further information on the life of the Apostle. We gather, however, from the Pastoral Epistles and from tradition that at the end of the two years St. Paul was released from his Roman imprisonment, and then traveled to Spain, later to the East again, and then back to Rome, where he was imprisoned a second time and in the year 67, was beheaded.

St. Paul untiring interest in and paternal affection for the churches established by him have given us fourteen canonical Epistles. It is, however, quite certain that he wrote other letters which are no longer extant. In his Epistles, St. Paul shows himself to be a profound religious thinker and he has had an enduring formative influence in the development of Christianity. The centuries only make more apparent his greatness of mind and spirit. His feast day is June 29th.


S. Thomas

Son of the Count of Aquino, born in the family castle in Lombardy near Naples. Educated by Benedictine monks at Monte Cassino, and at the University of Naples. He secretly joined the mendicant Dominican friars in 1244. His noble family kidnapped and imprisoned him for a year to keep him out of sight, and deprogram him, but he rejoined his order in 1245.

He studied in Paris from 1245-1248 under Saint Albert the Great, then accompanied Albertus to Cologne. Ordained in 1250, then returned to Paris to teach. Taught theology at University of Paris. He wrote defenses of the mendicant orders, commentaries on Aristotle and Lombard's Sentences, and some bible-related works, usually by dictating to secretaries. He won his doctorate, and taught in several Italian cities. Recalled by king and university to Paris in 1269, then recalled to Naples in 1272 where he was appointed regent of studies while working on the Summa Theologica.

On 6 December 1273 he experienced a divine revelation which so enraptured him that he abandoned the Summa, saying that it and his other writing were so much straw in the wind compared to the reality of the divine glory. He died four months later while en route to the Council of Lyons, overweight and with his health broken by overwork.

His works have been seminal to the thinking of the Church ever since. They systematized her great thoughts and teaching, and combined Greek wisdom and scholarship methods with the truth of Christianity. Pope Leo VIII commanded that his teachings be studied by all theology students. He was proclaimed Doctor of the Church in 1567.
Born
c.1225 at Roccasecca, Aquino, Naples, Italy
Died
7 March 1274 at Fossanuova near Terracina of apparent natural causes
relics interred at Saint-Servin, Toulouse, France
relics translated to the Church of the Jacobins, Toulouse on 22 October 1974
Canonized
1323
Patronage
academics
against storms
against lightning
apologists
Belcastro, Italy
book sellers
Catholic academies
Catholic schools
Catholic universities
chastity
colleges
Falerna, Italy
learning
lightning
pencil makers
philosophers
publishers
scholars
schools
students
theologians
universities
University of Vigo

S.Barthol

24 August (Roman calendar)
11 June (Orthodox calendar)
Profile
One of the Twelves Apostles. Probably a close friend of Saint Philip; his name is always mentioned in the Gospels in connection with him, and it was Philip brought Bartholomew to Jesus. May have written a gospel, now lost; it is mentioned in other writings of the time. May have preached in Asia Minor, Ethiopia, India and Armenia; some one did, leaving early writings behind, and local tradition says it was him. Martyr.
Died
flayed alive at Albanopolis, Armenia
relics at Saint Bartholomew-on-the-Tiber Church, Rome, and in the cathedral in Canterbury, England
Name Meaning
gift of God (Nathanael)
Patronage
against nervous diseases
against neurological diseases
against twitching
Armenia
bookbinders
butchers
Civitella in Val di Chiana, Italy
cobblers
Forentine cheese merchants
Forentine salt merchants
Gambatesa, Italy
Gharghur, Malta
leather workers
Magalang, Philippines
plasterers
shoemakers
tanners
trappers
whiteners

s. Matthaei

30 December
Profile
Strong-willed Benedictine nun at the convent of Santa Maddalena at Metalica. Abbess there for 40 years. The convent later adopted the rule of the Poor Clares, and so Matthia is often listed as a Poor Clare. She is said to continue to appear in her shrines.

S.Matthiae

Apostle. As he could bear witness to the Resurrection of Jesus, he was chosen to replace Judas Iscariot. Preached the Gospel for more than 30 years in Judea, Cappadocia, Egypt and Ethiopia. Remembered for preaching the need for mortification of the flesh with regard to all its sensual and irregular desires. Martyr.
Died
stoned to death at Colchis in 80
some relics in the abatical church of Triers, others in Saint Mary Major in Rome
Name Meaning
gift of Yahweh (Mattithiah)
Patronage
against alcoholism
against smallpox; carpenters
Gary, Indiana, diocese of
Great Falls-Billings, Montana, diocese of
reformed alcoholics
tailors



Saint Andrew the Apostle
[Saint Andrew the Apostle stained glass]

Also known as
Andreas the Apostle
Endres the Apostle
Memorial
30 November
Profile
The first Apostle. Fisherman. Brother of Simon Peter. Follower of John the Baptist. Went through life leading people to Jesus, both before and after the Crucifixion. Missionary in Asia Minor and Greece, and possibly areas in modern Russia and Poland. Martyred on an saltire (x-shaped) cross, he is said to have preached for two days from it.

Some peculiar marriage-related superstitions have attached themselves to Saint Andrew's feast day.

* An old German tradition says that single women who wish to marry should ask for Saint Andrew's help on the Eve of his feast, then sleep naked that night; they will see their future husbands in their dreams.

* Another says that young women should note the location of barking dogs on Saint Andrew's Eve: their future husbands will come from that direction.

* On the day after Andrew's feast, young people float cups in a tub; if a boy's and a girl's cup drift together and are intercepted by a cup inscribed "priest", it indicates marriage.


There are several explanations for why Andrew became the patron of Scotland.

* In 345, Emperor Constantine the Great decided to translate Andrew's bones from Patras to Constantinople. Saint Regulus was instructed by an angel to take many of these relics to the far northwest. He was eventally told to stop on the Fife coast of Scotland, where he founded the settlement of Saint Andrew.

* In the 7th century, Saint Wilfrid brought some of the saint's relics with him after a pilgrimage to Rome. The Scots king, Angus MacFergus, installed them at Saint Andrew's to enhance the prestige of the new diocese.

* When the Pictish King Angus faced a large invading army, he prayed for guidance. A white cloud in the form of a saltire cross floated across the blue sky above him. Angus won a decisive victory, and decreed that Andrew would be the patron saint of his country. Following Robert Bruce's victory at the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, the Declaration of Arbroath officially named Saint Andrew the patron saint of Scotland. The Saltire became the national flag of Scotland in 1385.

Born
at Bethsaida
Died
crucified on a saltire (x-shaped) cross in Greece
Name Meaning
strong, manly, manhood, valour (greek)
Patronage
Achaia
Amalfi, Italy
anglers
Antey-Saint-Andre, Italy
Berchtesgaden, Germany
Burgundy
Cartosio, Italy
Conflenti, Italy
Constantinople, diocese of
Encinasola, Huelva, Spain
fish dealers
fish mongers
fishermen
gout
Grand Rapids, Michigan, diocese of
Greece
Grognardo, Italy
Lampertheim, Germany
Luqa, Malta
maidens
old maids
Patras, Greece
Plymouth, England
Russia
Scotland
singers
sore throats
Spanish armed forces
spinsters
University of Patras
unmarried women
women who wish to become mothers
Representation
fish
fishing net
man bound to a cross
man preaching from a cross
old man with long white hair and a beard, holding the Gospel in his right hand, and leaning on a transverse cross
preacher holding some fish
Saint Andrew's cross
saltire (x-shaped) cross


Saint Addai

Also known as
Addeus
Thaddeus
Memorial
5 August
Profile
One of the 72 original disciples sent out to spread the faith. Addai was sent by Saint Thomas the Apostle to heal King Abgar the Black, a correspondent of Jesus' who had fallen ill. Addai stayed to evangelize, and converted Abgar and his people including Saint Aggai and Saint Mari. Known as one of the great apostles to Syria and Persia.
Died
early 2nd century
Canonized
Pre-Congregation


Saint James the Lesser
[painting of Saint James]

Also known as
Jacobus Minor
James the Younger
James the Just
James, son of Alphæus
Memorial
3 May
Profile
Apostle. Cousin of Jesus. Brother of Saint Jude Thaddeus. One of the first to have visions of the risen Christ. First Bishop of Jerusalem.

Having been beaten to death, a club almost immediately became his symbol. This led to his patronage of fullers and pharmacists, both of whom use clubs in their professions.

Like all men of renown, large stories grew up around James. He is reported to have spent so much time in prayer that his knees thickened, and looked like a camel's. Soon after the Crucifixion, James said he would fast until Christ returned; the resurrected Jesus appeared to him, and fixed a meal Himself.
Died
martyred c.62 at Jerusalem by being thrown from a pinnacle of the Temple, then stoned and beaten with clubs, including fuller's mallets, while praying for his attackers
Canonized
Pre-Congregation
Patronage
apothecaries
druggists
dying people
Frascati, Italy
fullers
hatmakers
hatters
milliners
Monterotondo, Italy
Nemi, Italy
pharmacists
Uruguay


Saint Simon

Also known as
Simeon
Memorial
18 February
Profile
A relative of Jesus, possibly a first cousin. He is mentioned in the Gospel of Matthew, and was one of the 72 disciples. He was present at the Ascension, and is one of the brethren of Christ mentioned in Acts who was present at the birth of the Church on the first Pentecost. Reported to have been at the martyrdom of Saint James the Lesser, he was chosen to succeed James as bishop of Jerusalem where he served for over 40 years. In 66, before the city fell to the Romans, the Christians received a divine warning, and evacuated to nearby Pella with Simon as their leader. In the aftermath of the destruction of Jerusalem, Simon led the Christians back to the city where they flourished, performed miracles, and converted many. Simon was eventually arrested, tortured and martyred for the twin crimes of being Jewish and Christian during the persecutions of Trajan.


Saint Bernard of Corleone
[Saint Bernard of Corleone]

Also known as
Bernardo de Corleone
Philipi Latini
Filippo Latino
Memorial
12 January
Profile
Shoemaker by trade, and considered the greatest swordsman and duelist in Sicily in his day. After mortally wounding a man named Canino in a duel, he sought sanctuary from the law in the church of the Capuchin Friars Minor in Palermo. While hiding there, he had a true conversion, and became a lay-brother of the Order in 1632, changing his name to Brother Bernardo.

Noted for his extreme austerity and self-imposed penances in an attempt to atone for his earlier life. Had the gift of healing animals by prayer.
Born
February 1605 at Corleone, Sicily as Filippo Latino
Died
12 January 1667 at Palermo, Sicily
Beatified
15 May 1768 by Pope Clement XIII

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How I go about shipping and when you can honestly expect your item.

DAY ONE OF SHIPPING- I go to see who has paid for stuff. I get really excited when I see the dollar signs lit up. I dance around the house. I sit down and say okay lets get shipping. I then decide to go do lunch first since I can afford it as I did see some dollar signs lit up. I kiss my paypal card and praise GOD. I then get in the car as there is no time for cooking,I do have to pack stuff.

STILL ON DAY ONE- I get home after a lunch which took me three hours. I have to eat AND chat. Thats why we call it doing lunch it is actually a sporting event. I get home and the phone rings and it is Fang. Fang is a buyer who talks to me for three hours plus. I'm really nice to them as they buy alot. At least I do not lie to you.


STILL DAY ONE- Fang has now sucked the life from me and I need to relax. Now you know why they are called Fang. Now I have emails to answer and emergencies to handle and that takes up the rest of my day. It is now night time and I go on various excursions,investigations,phone calls,what have you.

DAY TWO- I get up with full intentions of packing and shipping. I look again to see who bought what and answer emails. I begin to pack it. Begin to pack means this. I wonder if I shall ever find the stuff and I hang my head in my hands and fear for my life. I notice that someone has bought something I haven't seen in a good three months. Only GOD himself knows where this item is. I move on and make a stiff glass of cherry Koolaid. I ponder life.

STILL ON DAY TWO- While in my daze the phone rings again,who could it beω It is Fang again! Fang is having an emergency. They tell me that a demon is in the house and ask me to talk them through it. Can you give me advice they askω Sure I tell tem,"GET THE HELL OUT OF THERE!" What more can I sayω Again I need to get it together and go do  lunch. I plan on coming back and making a dent in the shipping. It doesn't go as planned because I forgot that I have another investigation that I can't blow off because it is with the historical society. I love those people.

DAY THREE-- the deflated pumkin head private part scratcher comes over. Okay,you know NOTHING is getting done today. He is pure chaos. This guy can talk more then me! Do you people realize the magnatude of thatω I mean he could blow up the world. When we used to try and talk it was one always trying to get a word in. Not a match made in Heaven by no means. He begins to tell me about this girl who broke her knee in four places and how her grandmother would not take her to the emergency room. This is the same girl who is dating my son and likes to be shot with paint balls before they make -out. People,this is a very sick world we live in! I tell him to be quiet so I can pack mystuff up. I then see this old guy who lives behind me in his yard. He is not to stable on his feet so I make sure he doesn't fall down and never get up. This takes a long,long,long time. I can almost feel my life passing me. One time he fell down and he was outside for I think two days before anyone found him. Good thing it was summer time. I'm the only young person on my street. Everyone else is old. They like to come out and spy on me too. It's also a strange street. We can run down the road naked in the summer and no one will see us. We do this when the lights go out as we don't want to scare or offend anyone and most of all ourselves.

DAY FOUR- Today is the day! It's going to happen and I can feel the magic. I get ready,I have hot tea but then I realize I have to go to Delaware and feed the homeless man Charlie.  Look people,it's still only day four! I find a new homeless person and take them home to prepare to give them a home at the local Wal-mart. I do not like Wal-mart but face it,it is great for homeless people and I have been populating them for the last two years with societies discards. Wal-mart has it all. Lawn and garden which is great for sleeping. Bathrooms for washing and a camping section for God Forbid,procreating in private,tents you know!

STILL DAY FOUR- Back from Walmart and again the phone rings. Low and Behold it is a buyer asking where the item is. You can hear a pin drop............... I uh did not do it yet. How long has it beenω Your kidding me! Really ! No way! I then try like heck to not laugh what is left of my mind out my ears. The audacity! The NERVE! I see it has only been a week! What MUST they have been thinkingω

DAY FIVE AND THE BOTTOM LINE- It will get to you. I promise it will. It always does. AND if it doesn't I have been known to find things a good year later. The year thing was only one time so do not worry. So please just relax. I never bug anyone for payments unless I do not know you. If your a buyer for a long time as 90 percent of you are,you already know this. This is for the few new people who think I ship as soon as you pay,I don't and I can't. if you need an item as soon as you win it or pay for it, as much as I want your business I will have to pass. Please do not bid if you can't wait 7 to 8 days for me to BEGIN shipping. Then you get it about 2 two 4 days after depending on where you live. I honestly just can't do it any faster. Also if you email and ask me where your item is and you only ordered it 1 or 2 days ago............I will NOT be responding to you. Just giving you a heads up. Some things are just common sense.



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I cannot email you back 10 and 20 times a day and I will no longer.


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yourself and
what your looking for in that "special someone" and I will add you to
my dating
service.  I, myself, am already spoken for- so there is NO need to
try and solicit
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AND Finally, I am growing increasingly irritated with people
demanding things from
me.  IF I do something/anything for you- it's out of the kindness of
my heart OR if
I have time.  So from now on, I will not tolerate anyone being
demanding or bossy.

In closing...

I'm sure you'll find your way through the Universe without my
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