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Padre Pio

This family’s son was cured from cancer with the help of St. Padre Pio’s intercession

They were praying to Padre Pio for him before they even knew why.

Padre Pio’s relics will tour the US and Canada twice in 2019

Plan your pilgrimage for the veneration of the stigmatic saint.

Padre Pio’s explanation of why we needn’t panic at temptation

If a demon is causing an uproar, then we can be sure of this ...

Pope Francis visits Padre Pio’s cell

Photo of the Day: March 18, 2018

Pope in Padre Pio’s hometown: The devil gets inside us

But St. Pio had the solution for this torment, Francis says.

Padre Pio and the popes

Pope Francis' visit to St. Pio of Pietrelcina's hometown continues the extraordinary relationship between many pontiffs and the beloved friar.

Pope Francis to venerate Padre Pio’s relics

Program shifted for March 17 visit to allow pontiff to spend time before the saint's grave.

This is how Padre Pio died, according to nurse who was with him

The only words the friar repeated were "Jesus, Mary, Jesus, Mary."

“Padre Pio is often with me during exorcisms, and the devil fears him”

Fr. Piero Catalan is a spiritual disciple of Fr. Gabriele Amorth. He says that during exorcisms the demon calls the saint of Pietrelcina "the bearded man" or "Francesco Forgione.”

The cell of Padre Pio in Morcone

Photo of the Day: February 2, 2018

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