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Padre Pio

Regretting something? Padre Pio tells you how and why to take heart

The place to find God's will is in the present moment.

5 Thoughts from Padre Pio on the Rosary

Want to triumph over everything and everyone?

5 Of your all-time favorite articles featuring Padre Pio

Aleteia readers REALLY love the saint of Pietrelcina.

How Padre Pio stopped Allied forces from bombing his monastery during WWII

Whenever airplanes flew near the town, Padre Pio was there to stop them.

Padre Pio encourages us when we keep losing our tempers

One can wonder if we try even half as hard as he did to vanquish our bad habits.

Padre Pio says these 2 virtues are like the mother hen; the other virtues follow like little chicks

The more virtues we have, the freer we are. Focusing on these two is a short cut.

Padre Pio’s daily prayer to his Guardian Angel

Padre Pio regularly saw his Guardian Angel and spoke with him often.

Was this bilocating priest caught on camera at Padre Pio’s funeral?

The mysterious bilocation of Italian priest Fr. Domenico da Cese may have been recorded on video.

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.

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