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Readings for the Memorial of St. Bridget

Readings for the Memorial of St. Bridget of Sweden Religious July 23 (Go to the Liturgy of the Hours) From the Common of Holy Men and Women: For Holy Women or For Religious COLLECT Deus, qui beatam Birgittam per varias vitae semitas duxisti eamque sapientiam crucis in contemplatione passionis Filii tui mirabiliter docuisti, concede nobis, ut, digne in tua vocatione ambulantes, te in omnibus quaerere valeamus. O God, who guided Saint Bridget of Sweden along different paths of life and wondrously taught her the wisdom of the Cross as she contemplated the Passion of your Son, grant us, we pray, that, walking worthily in our vocation, we may seek you in all things. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.

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St. Casilda | Saint of the Day | AmericanCatholic.org

Saint of the Day | By Name | By Date | Patron Saints | FAQ Saint of the Day Catholic saints are holy people and human people who lived extraordinary lives. Each saint the Church honors responded to God's invitation to use his or her unique gifts. God calls each one of us to be a saint. Click here to receive Saint of the Day in your email. Friday, April 09, 2010 St. Casilda (11th century) Size: A A Listen to Audio Some saints’ names are far more familiar to us than others, but even the lives of obscure holy persons teach us something. And so it is with St. Casilda, the daughter of a Muslim leader in Toledo, Spain, in the 10th century. Casilda was herself raised as a Muslim and showed special kindness to Christian prisoners. She became ill as a young woman but was not convinced that any of the local Arab doctors could cure her. So, she made a pilgrimage to the shrine of San Vicenzo in northern Spain. Like so many other people who made their way there—many of them suffering from hemorrhages—Casilda sought the healing waters of the shrine. We’re uncertain what brought her to the shrine, but we do know that she left it relieved of illness. In response, she became a Christian and lived a life of solitude and penance not far from the miraculous spring. It’s said that she lived to be 100 years old. Her death likely occurred around the year 1050. Tensions between Muslims and Christians have often existed throughout history, sometimes resulting in bloody conflict. Through her quiet, simple life Casilda served her Creator—first in one faith, then another. Saint of the Day Lives, Lessons and Feast By Leonard Foley, O.F.M.; revised by Pat McCloskey, O.F.M. Listen to "Saint of the Day": Help • Windows Audio • RealAudio [Download as MP3] Subscribe to "Saint of the Day": [Get Saint of the Day in your email] [Subscribe to our RSS feed] [Follow us on Twitter] [Subscribe to our podcast]