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Patron saints of ailments, illness, and dangers

Saint Roch is invoked against the bubonic plague.

This is a list of patron saints of ailments, illness, and dangers.

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  • Rasso – invoked against stomach pains, especially in children[51]
  • Regina – against poverty, impoverishment, shepherdesses, torture victims[52]
  • Reinildis – to cure open wounds, against eye diseases[53][54]
  • Reverianus - invoked against drought[55]
  • Roch – Invoked against cholera, epidemics, knee problems, plague, skin diseases[56]
  • Rita of Cascia – lost causes or impossible cases, marital problems, abuse[57]

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See also

References

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  12. ^ (CatholiCity)St. Catherine of Sweden
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  18. ^ Sean Kelly, Rosemary Rogers, Saints preserve us!: Everything you need to know about every saint you'll ever need (Random House, Inc., 1993), 78.
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  20. ^ Ball, Encyclopaedia of Catholic Devotions and Practices, p. 276.
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  23. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Epipodius
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  26. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Expeditus
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  31. ^ Patron Saints Index: Blessed Gerard of Lunel
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  34. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Gratus of Aosta
  35. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Guy of Anderlecht
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  41. ^ Alban Butler, David Hugh Farmer, Paul Burns, Butler's Lives of the Saints (Liturgical Press, 1995), 10.
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  46. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Polycarp of Smyrna
  47. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Potamiaena
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  52. ^ Archdiocese of Regina – Ask a Sister
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  55. ^ = Mémoires, Volumes 33-34, Société d'archéologie de Beaune (Côte d'Or). Histoire, lettres, sciences et arts, Société d'histoire d'archéologie et de litterature de l'arrondissement de Beaune. Impr. Beaunoise, 1910, pp. 167-8.
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  58. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Sebaldus
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  62. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Simon of Trent
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  66. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Thomas of Green
  67. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Trophimus of Arles
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  75. ^ Annette Sandoval, The Directory of Saints: A Concise Guide to Patron Saints (Signet, 1997), 226.
  76. ^ Ilse E. Friesen (2001). The Female Crucifix: Images of St. Wilgefortis Since the Middle Ages, p47-8. ISBN 0-88920-365-2
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  78. ^ Patron Saints Index: Saint Winnoc

External links

  • Patron Saints for Chronic and Incurable Illnesses
  • Saints.sqpn.com/
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