Patron saint of dating relationships

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I was checking some blog stats and noticed this particular post had a lot of hits and so checked it out.It dawned on me that it had all the hits because of Valentine's day. One update, the friendship I describe in this piece is still just as crazy.His oration was so strong, in fact, that he attracted a crowd who would not let him stop speaking until he promised to return to Milan and preach again.The remainder of his life was dedicated to public speech.I now work for the same company she does and technically she would be my mega boss--in theory. St Raphael is the patron saint for happy encounters and it is to him those fearing the Valentine's post should properly direct their prayers.Clare Ward, spokeswoman for the Catholic Enquiry Office, the official body providing information on Catholic life, said that while the distinction between the saints has always been clear within the Church it has, over the years, been blurred outside.

    Now we can take a look at what a "patron saint" is.St Valentine is said to have been martyred in Rome in 269.While his exact history is unclear, Valentine is thought to have existed as archaeologists have unearthed an early church dedicated to someone of that name."There is a lot of evidence to suggest that young people who have tapped into prayer groups have found partners," she said.ognizes by canonization,  people whose lives were, after much research and discovery,  conclusive of them absolutely being in Heaven.When someone dies,  we do not know for sure if they are in Heaven or not, as God is the  only one who can read our hearts.  But, there are some people who lived holy lives who have died, and  through prayer to them asking for their prayers to God for us,  miracles have occurred.

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