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Saints related to Patron-of-disappointing-children

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  • St. Louise
    St. Louise de Marillac was born in Meux, France in 1591. After her husband passed away, she helped organize a group of women volunteers to assist St. Vincent de Paul in caring for the poor. In 1634, St. Louise and the women took her vows, forming the Sisters of Charity, St. Louise as the first Superior.
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  • St. Matilda
    Saint Matilda was the wife of King Henry I, and served as ruler of the Saxon Ottonian dynasty for a time. She was often caught between the politics of her two sons, Henry and Otto, both of whom criticized her due to her generous alsmsgiving. She constructed many churches and monasteries. She died in 968 A.D.
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  • St. Monica
    St. Monica was born in 322 and raised Christian. She was married to a violent pagan, with whom she had three children, including St. Augustine. Her husband converted just before his death. St. Monica prayed for seventeen years for Augustine's conversion, and Augustine was baptized the year she died. She died after seeing her son baptized.
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