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Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - In His Love - 11-10-2017

I'll try to list multiple things for everyone who posts. I thought this would make a fun thought experiment. Feel free to share your own ideas about what you'd like to be the patron saint of!

"We are all called to be great saints. Don't miss the opportunity." - Mother Angelica


RE: Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - Dominicus - 11-10-2017

Interesting idea! I have no clue what I would be. 

Perhaps patron of hopeless causes but that spot's already taken.  :D


RE: Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - In His Love - 11-10-2017

(11-10-2017, 01:24 AM)Dominicus Wrote: Interesting idea! I have no clue what I would be. 

Perhaps patron of hopeless causes but that spot's already taken.  :D

To be fair, two people (St. Jude and St. Rita of Cascia) share that spot. :D

Patron of the arts, young people, those who persevere in troubling times.


RE: Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - Sacred Heart lover - 11-10-2017

(11-10-2017, 12:50 AM)In His Love Wrote: I'll try to list multiple things for everyone who posts. I thought this would make a fun thought experiment. Feel free to share your own ideas about what you'd like to be the patron saint of!

"We are all called to be great saints. Don't miss the opportunity." - Mother Angelica

1.  A victim soul for the souls in danger of the fires of hell.
2.  Help to interior designers. :)
3.  Help to homeschool moms.


RE: Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - In His Love - 11-10-2017

(11-10-2017, 04:24 AM)Sacred Heart lover Wrote:
(11-10-2017, 12:50 AM)In His Love Wrote: I'll try to list multiple things for everyone who posts. I thought this would make a fun thought experiment. Feel free to share your own ideas about what you'd like to be the patron saint of!

"We are all called to be great saints. Don't miss the opportunity." - Mother Angelica

1.  A victim soul for the souls in danger of the fires of hell.
2.  Help to interior designers. :)
3.  Help to homeschool moms.

I love it!  :heart:

Also (and I hope I'm not opening any old wounds by saying so):

1. Patron of the falsely accused
2. Help to those fighting for their marriages


RE: Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - VoxClamantis - 11-10-2017

I could be the patron Saint of old broads who smoke too much.


RE: Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - In His Love - 11-10-2017

(11-10-2017, 04:27 PM)VoxClamantis Wrote: I could be the patron Saint of old broads who smoke too much.

St. Vox of Marlboro?  :D

No, but seriously...

Patron saint of:

1. Catholic social media/the internet
2. researchers
3. cats


RE: Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - VoxClamantis - 11-10-2017

(11-10-2017, 07:29 PM)In His Love Wrote: St. Vox of Marlboro?  :D

No, but seriously...

Patron saint of:

1. Catholic social media/the internet
2. researchers
3. cats

... and baby ellyphants :P
 
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RE: Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - In His Love - 11-10-2017

Yes! That too. :)


RE: Post here and I'll tell you what you should be the patron saint of! - Dominicus - 11-10-2017

(11-10-2017, 02:06 AM)In His Love Wrote:
(11-10-2017, 01:24 AM)Dominicus Wrote: Interesting idea! I have no clue what I would be. 

Perhaps patron of hopeless causes but that spot's already taken.  :D

To be fair, two people (St. Jude and St. Rita of Cascia) share that spot. :D

Patron of the arts, young people, those who persevere in troubling times.

Love it!