Seven Patron Saints That Bring Healing And Change

7 Patron Saints That Bring Healing and Change

 

Seven powerful saints that will bring healing and change to your life.
When it comes to our physical and emotional health and the well-being of our loved ones, the saints are great aids to us. Turn to these five patron saints that bring healing and change.

St. Dympna – Stress, Anxiety and Mental Health
St. Dymphna is patroness of those who suffer through stress, anxiety and mental illness. She was only 15 when she was martyred in defense of her purity. When her mother passed, her father was afflicted with mental illness and attempted to marry her. After fleeing her home, her father found her and killed her. While some have never heard of St. Dymphna, she is growing in popularity because of the growing world of stress, fear and anxiety we live in. She welcomes our prayers and petitions of healing when it comes to our emotional health and wellness.

St. Luke the Evangelist – Surgery
St. Luke is the patron saint of surgeons. He was one of the earliest converts to Christianity and also a skilled physician. He is highly recognized, well-known for writing the Gospel, according to Luke and the Acts of the Apostles. He welcomes our prayers and petitions set for in the Gospel and the love and healing power of our Heavenly Father.

St. Peregrine – Cancer
St. Peregrine Novena is the patron saint for cancer patients, known not only for his holiness but also the miraculous healing that he received. After being scheduled to have his leg amputated, he prayed for healing. He then had a vision of Jesus coming down from the cross and touching his leg. He was then completely healed. He welcomes our prayers and petitions of healing.

St. Jude Thaddeus –Impossible Causes
St. Jude Thaddeus is the patron saint of impossible causes and desperate situations, recognized most for his preaching, healing and exorcising. He was also one of Jesus’ original 12 Apostles, preaching the Gospel with great vigor, often in very difficult circumstances. He welcomes our prayers of gratitude to God and our petitions for strength and help.

St. Maximilian Kolbe – Addiction
St. Maximilian Kolbe is the patron saint of addiction battles, particularly drug addiction. During World War II he housed over 3000 Polish refugees at his monastery, was imprisoned and sent to Auschwitz and volunteered to die in place of the stranger in that death camp. He welcomes your prayers for the Grace to be freed from addiction.

St. Rita of Cascia – Difficult Marriages
St. Rita of Cascia was a wife, mother, widow and then nun and reflected holiness throughout each phase of her life. Even though she dealt with abuse in her marriage, she prayed for her family and still remained dutiful at home. When her husband died, she was admitted to the convent of Augustinian nuns at Cascia. She is the patroness of hopeless causes, victims of abuse and widows and welcomes your prayers and petitions for help, patience and healing in marriage and home life.

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