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Feast of St. Rita of Cascia (Saint of the Impossible)

Today (May 22nd) is the Feast Day of the glorious saint, St. Rita of Cascia - known as "The Saint of the Impossible". In honor of her feast we are posting a wonderful book about her heroic life titled, "Life of Sister St. Rita of Cascia of the Order of St. Augustine Advocate of the Impossible; Model of Maidens, Wives, Mothers, Widows and Nuns", translated by Fr. Dan J. Murphy O.S.A. from the Spanish of Fr. Joseph Sicardo O.S.A. Imprimatur, 1916.

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Santa Rita, Ora Pro Nobis!

 

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Papal Restoration Staff Member | Reply 22.05.2019 18.41

Happy Feast Day of the "Saint of the Impossible", St. Rita of Cascia!

Editor of TCW | Reply 22.05.2017 14.17

Today (May 22nd) is the Feast Day of the glorious saint, St. Rita of Cascia - known as "The Saint of the Impossible".

Santa Rita, Ora Pro Nobis!

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