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
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Anthony of Padua

St. believed to have preached effectively to school of fishes. [Christian Legend: Benét, 39]
See: Miracle
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As well as services at Chirton House, Betty is supported by carers from St Antony of Padua who help with everyday cooking, cleaning and dressing.
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Feast day of St Antony of Padua invoked against inferitility or to find lost objects.