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Saint Rita of Cascia

St. Rita interpreted well the 'feminine genius' by living it intensely both by physical and spiritual motherhood.
Pope St. John Paul II

    Facts about St. Rita of Cascia

  • She was a 14th century Italian wife who tried to convert her husband from his bad behaviors.
  • Following her husband's death, she became an Augustinian nun. Many miracles have been attributed to her intercession.
  • Her body is still incorrupt to this day. She is, along with St. Jude, the patron saint of impossible cases.