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St.Anthony of Padua

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Transcript of St.Anthony of Padua

-Members of Roman Catholic
religious orders founded
by Saint Francis of Assisi. The Franciscans Childhood *Born into a very
wealthy family Fernando Martins de Bulhões
August 15, 1195 He went to school
to learn about
Latin and Theology Motto Assisi, Italy 'Peace and goodness' Headquarters 1209 Formation Priesthood *He Joined the
Order of Friars Minor,
or the Franciscans,
in February of 1220 Dominican friars came to visit with nothing prepared thinking the Fransiscans would speak, the Fransiscans thought the Dominicans would have prepared a speech. St.Anthony was chosen to give the homily and was to say whatever the *Holy Spirit put in his mouth. He spoke and it was clear that he had a gift from God. After this he was sent by his local Minister to go preachy to Northern Italy, and so he did. Preaching He had a journal full of his notes when a novice left the
monastery and took the journal with him.
Anthony prayed for its return and over time the
novice returned with the journal and rejoined the order. Patron Saint
of Lost Things -Born into a very wealthy family
-Member of the Fransicans
-Patron saint of Lost Things St. Anthony of Padua Overview Anthony was canonized by Pope Gregory IX
on 30 May 1232, less than
one year after his death Canonization *He became ill with Edema
-He died on a trip from
Camposampiero back to
Padua on 13, June 1231
-Age 36 Death -Abnormal accumulation of fluid
beneath the skin or in one or
more cavities of the body
that produces swelling Edema -Buried in a chapel within the large basilica built to honor him
-His remains where dug up 30 years later and his tounge was perfectly intact (an incorruptible)
*His tounge is now on display at The Basilica of Saint Anthony Afterlife 1.He was born into a _______ family.
2.What order did he join?
3.Who told him what to say in his homily for the Dominicans?
4.What illness did he have?
5.Which part of his body is incorruptible? Quiz Who is
St.Anthony of Padua? St. Anthony, perfect imitator of Jesus, who received from God the special power of restoring lost things, grant that I may find [name the item] which has been lost. At least restore to me peace and tranquility of mind, the loss of which has afflicted me even more than my material loss. To this favor, I ask another of you: that I may always remain in possession of the true good that is God. Let me rather lose all things than lose God, my supreme good. Let me never suffer the loss of my greatest treasure, eternal life with God. Amen. Novena to Saint Anthony
to Find a Lost Article
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