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Patron saint of:

1) outdoorsmen

2) whiskey lovers 

3) veterans
Me?  Oh I don't know . . . 

Can there be a patron saint of frustrated mothers with bull-headed daughters? (It's been a rough week here in Colorado and I'm tired . . . )
(11-11-2017, 12:17 AM)Jeeter Wrote: [ -> ]Patron saint of:

1) outdoorsmen

2) whiskey lovers 

3) veterans

Also:

1. comedians
2. cooks
3. patriots
(11-11-2017, 12:59 AM)Fontevrault Wrote: [ -> ]Me?  Oh I don't know . . . 

Can there be a patron saint of frustrated mothers with bull-headed daughters? (It's been a rough week here in Colorado and I'm tired . . . )

I would imagine so. God and the Church have a sense of humor. St. Joseph of Cupertino (the levitating saint) is the patron saint of aviation.

1. education/Catholic homeschoolers
2. France (which needs all the help it can get these days, I'm just saying)
3. faithful wives (you and Pilgrim have one of the cutest relationships I've ever seen)
St. Pancras, the patron saint of oaths and promises.

St. Pancras
[Image: 5_12_pancras.jpg]Pancratius was the descendant of a noble Phrygian family. As a youth of fourteen, he came to Rome while Diocletian and Maximian were in power (about 304). He was baptized by the Pope and given instructions in the Christian religion. Arrested for his action, he steadfastly refused to sacrifice to the pagan gods and was condemned to death. With manly courage, he bared his neck for the sword and received the martyr's crown. During the night his body was removed by the pious matron Octavilla, anointed with sweet smelling balsam and interred on the Via Aurelia.


Pancratius is the patron saint of fidelity to oaths. The basilica that Pope Symmachus erected over his remains about the year 500 later became a station church (since 1798 his relics have been lost). On the first Sunday after Easter the saint exhorted the catechumens gathered at his station church to remain loyal to their baptismal vows. The saint warns us to proceed slowly and prudently before taking an oath or vow. But once our word is given we must remain true to our pledge, true unto death itself, whether it concerns baptismal vows, ordination vows, profession vows, or marriage vows.

https://www.catholicculture.org/culture/...2021-05-12
Hmmmmm....


Uhhhhhh

I guess I’m the patron Saint of chronic masturbators and ex horse trainers.
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I love Our Lady
I am artistic
I am very articulate
I like old school worship
I like to give and get little gifts for no reason
I am a child at heart

Who would be my patron Other then The Mother of God?
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