Anthony of Padua

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Anthony of Padua

Saint. 1195--1231, Franciscan friar, who preached in France and Italy. Feast day: June 13

Anthony of Padua

St. believed to have preached effectively to school of fishes. [Christian Legend: Benét, 39]
See: Miracle
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Feast day of St Antony of Padua invoked against inferitility or to find lost objects.
The reference is to the hermits who lived in the Egyptian desert rather than to the apostle Paul and Saint Antony of Padua, as Miller holds.