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St. Isidore, day laborer
Isidore started his day with Mass before going to work as a day laborer on a farm. Although tired, he often brought hungry people home to feed them.
St. Thomas More, laywer
The English attorney and statesman lost his head (literally) when he objected to his boss Henry VIII's self-proclaimed annulment of his marriage to Katherine of Aragon.
St. Gianna Beretta Molla, doctor
The Italian pediatrician and mom of four was dedicated to helping the young and the elderly, and refused life-saving surgery for herself in order to save her unborn child.
St. Louis Martin, watchmaker
The devout father of St. Thérèse de Lisieux made a good living making and repairing timepieces. He later sold his business to join his wife's lacemaking shop.
St. Zelie Martin, artisan & business owner
While giving birth to 9 children, the mother of St. Therese ran a successful business as a lacemaker. She died at 44 when St. Thérèse was just 4 years old.
St. Gemma Galgani, housekeeper
The stigmatic and mystic with a deep love of Christ, who was too ill to become a nun, worked as a housekeeper until her early death.
St. Clelia Barbieri, educator
Devout from an early age, Clelia started as an assistant teacher and went on to found a religious institute.
St Joseph Moscati, scientist
The pious doctor and researcher dedicated his professional life to serving the sick, often relying on faith and the sacraments to aid in his treatments.
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