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Roman St. Vincent de Paul Figurine

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Roman St Vincent de Paul Figurine
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St. Vincent de Paul
Patron of Charitable Societies
The Apostle of Charity                                                    Prayer card included
                                                                                        Life story on back.
Prayer to
St. Vincent
de Paul
O glorious Saint Vincent,
heavenly patron of all charitable
associations, and father of all
who are in misery, whilst thou
wast on earth, thou didst never
cast out any who came to thee:
ah, consider by that evils we are
oppressed and come to our
assistance. Obtain from thy Lord help for
the poor, relief for the infirm, consolation
for the afflicted, protection for the
abandoned, a spirit of generosity for the
rich, the grace of conversion for the
sinners, zeal for priests, peace for the
Church, tranquility and order for all
nations, and salvation for them all. Yea, let
all men proved the effects of thy merciful
intercession, so that, being helped by thee
in miseries of this life, we may be no more
grief united to thee in the life to come,
where there shall be no more grief, nor
weeping, nor sorrow, but joy and gladness
and everlasting happiness.

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Verse on the back:
St. Vincent de Paul
Born 1851-Died 1660
Although a young peasant of France, St. Vincent was
educated at Acqs by The Franciscan Monks.
Because of this schooling and his accomplishments
in education, he was chosen to tutor the children of an
established gentlemen. After four years of tutoring the
children, St Vincent was able to continue his education. He
began the studies of divinity at the University of Toulouse
and became a priest at the age of twenty. During his travels,
St. Vincent was taken prisoner by Turkish pirates and sold as
a slave. He was kept as a slave for two years and escaped
his imprisonment of slavery by converting one of his
owners to Christianity.
When St. Vincent returned to Paris he established
organizations and missions of charity to help the poor, the
sick and the unemployed. He founded the "Congregation of
the daughters of Charity", and the "Congregation of Priests
of the Mission." St. Vincent continued to work to benefit
those in need for the duration of his life. He became known
as "The Apostle of Charity" and was honored by many.
Feast day: September 27


Materials: Resin and Stone Mix

Dimensions: 3.5" H 
Dimensions Boxed : 4.5" L x 1.7" W x 6.2" H