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St. Paul Patron of Journalists, Publicists and Authors

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  • St. Paul Patron of Journalists, Publicists and Authors
  • This is statue is sold along with a St. Paul prayer card.
  • The gift box contains a prayer to St. Paul on the front and the story of St. Paul on the back.

Verse in Front of box:

St. Paul

Patron of Journalists, Publicists and Authors

Author of 14                                                                        Prayer card included.

Canonical Episltes                                                              Life story on back.

 

The

Prayer to

Saint Paul

O glorious St. Paul, who from a

persecutor of Christianity, didst

become a most ardent apostle

of zeal; and who to make

known the Savior Jesus Christ

unto the ends of the world

didst suffer with joy

imprisonment, scourgings,

stonings, shipwrecks and

persecutions of every kind, and

in the end didst shed thy blood

to the last drop, obtained for us

the grace to receive, as favors

of the Divine Mercy, infirmities,

tribulations, and misfortunes of

the present life, so that the

vicissitudes of this our exile will

not render us cold in the

service of God, but will render

us always more faithful and

more fervent. Amen.

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Verse on the back: 

St. Paul

Patron of Journalists, Publicists and Authors (First Century)

 Paul began his life as Saul. So intense was his hatred for

Christians, that he persecuted them as heretics and

assisted in the stoning of Stephen -- the first martyr for

the faith. Saul's conversion to Christianity is detailed in Acts 9:1-19.

On his way to Damascus to arrest more Christians, Saul was

knocked to the ground and blinded by a heavenly light. He heard

a voice say to him, "Saul, Saul why do you persecute me? "Who

are you, Lord?" Saul asked. "I am Jesus, whom you are

persecuting," the voice replied. The voice instructed him to

continue on to Damascus. When Saul got up from the ground he

could not see, and so those traveling with him led him by hand to

Damascus. There, the Lord directed a disciple named Ananias to go

to Saul. Placing his hand on Saul, he said, Brother Saul, the Lord

Jesus, who appeared to you on the road as you were coming

here, has sent me here so that you may see you again, and be filled

with the Holy Spirit. Immediately, something like scales fell from

Saul's eyes, and he could see again. Saul got up and was baptized.

He took the name Paul as a symbol of his conversion. Almost

immediately began to preach in the synagogues that Jesus is

the son of God -- much to the astonishment of those who knew

of the fervor with which had had persecuted Christians. Paul

brought the passion with which he had persecuted Christians to

his ministry of sharing a message of Jesus. His missionary work

was tireless and fruitful. His commitment to the Churches he

established gave us 14 canonical Epistles. He is the patron of

journalists, publishers, authors, missionary bishop, and evangelists.

Feast Day: June 29

 

Materials: Resin

Dimensions Item: 1.5" L x  1.75" W x 4" H

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