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St. Peregrine, Patron of Cancer Patients – LED Candle

St. Peregrine, Patron of Cancer Patients – LED Candle

$12.95

It was Peregrine who during an uprising against the pope struck St. Philip Benizi in the face; when Philip offered the other cheek, Peregrine repented and converted. Heeding Phillip’s counsel to go to the cathedral and pray to Our Lady, Peregrine had a vision of the Blessed Mother holding in her hands a black religious habit instructing him to travel to the city of Sienna. There he was clothed in the Servite religious habit by none other than St. Philip Benizi.

This FLAMELESS LED Devotional Prayer Candle depicts St Peregrine showing his cancerous leg which was completely healed after a vision he had of Jesus Christ.

LED candles are a safe option for ideal in any environment and for all ages.The flickering flame looks like authentic candlelight and the timer allows for 6 hours of light repeated every 24 hours. Safe for hospitals. Softly lights up a small area of a room.

  • LED light creates a soft glow.
  • Flickering effect captures the ambience of a real candle.
  • Six-hour timer repeats in 24-hour cycles.
  • Seven-day constant flame allows for long-duration use.
  • 8.2”H x 2.2”W x 2.2”D
  • Requires 2 ”AA” batteries (not included)

 

 

 

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Saint Peregrine (1260-1345). Born in Italy to a wealthy family, Peregrine became involved in politics as a young man, joining the enemies of the Church. It was Peregrine who during an uprising struck St. Philip Benizi in the face; when Philip offered the other cheek, Peregrine repented and converted. Heeding Phillip’s counsel to go to the cathedral and pray to Our Lady, Peregrine had a vision of the Blessed Mother holding in her hands a black religious habit instructing him to travel to Sienna. There he was clothed in the Servite religious habit by none other than St. Philip Benizi. Once an enemy of the Church, Peregrine’s deep conversion led to a saintly life and his great fervor as a confessor brought many back to the Church. Peregrine developed a cancerous growth in his leg and doctors told him the leg would have to be amputated. The night before the operation he had a dream of Jesus reaching out His hand to touch his sickly limb, and the following morning he was completely healed.  He died in 1345 at the age of 85. He is the patron saint of cancer patients. His feast day is May 1.

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