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    R2023 · Historical drama · 1h 44m

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  1. St. Padre Pio. Catholic Online. Saints & Angels. Facts. Feastday: September 23. Patron: of Civil defense volunteers, Adolescents, Pietrelcina, Stress relief, & January blues. Birth: 1887. Death: 1968. Canonized: Pope John Paul II. Author and Publisher - Catholic Online. Printable Catholic Saints PDFs. Shop St. Padre Pio.

  2. In an era when educated persons say “we must see in order to believe,” Padre Pio is God’s answer! Here is the humble friar whose existence exemplified Franciscan humility and yet coexisted continually in the presence of the supernatural—the priest who lived in two worlds simultaneously.

  3. Mar 1, 2024 · Padre Pio (born May 25, 1887, Pietrelcina, Italy—died September 23, 1968, San Giovanni Rotondo; canonized June 16, 2002; feast day September 23) Italian priest and saint of the Roman Catholic Church. Born into a devout Roman Catholic family, he consecrated himself to Jesus at age 5.

  4. Catholicism. Library. Faith. Mary And Saints. Padre Pios Life. Padre Pio: His Biography. Padre Pio was born May 25, 1887 in Pietrelcina, Italy, a small country town located in southern Italy. His parents were Grazio Mario Forgione (1860-1946) and Maria Guiseppa de Nunzio Forgione (1859-1929).

  5. Padre Pio born May 25, 1887, in Pietrelcina, was a priest of the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, known for his spirituality, stigmata and dedication to religious service. His life, full of extraordinary events, deeply marked the history of the Catholic Church in the 20th century.

  6. Jun 16, 2002 · Like the Apostle Paul, Padre Pio da Pietrelcina placed at the centre of his life and apostolic work the Cross of his Lord as his strength, his wisdom and his glory. Inflamed by love of Jesus Christ, he became like him in the sacrifice of himself for the salvation of the world.

  7. Padre Pio, was a humble Capuchin priest who lived the last 50 years of his life in San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy, at Our Lady of Grace Friary. He was blessed by God in many wonderful and mysterious ways; The most dramatic was the stigmata and he bore these wounds of Christ for fifty years.

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