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Padre Pio

“Interactive” Padre Pio statue to grace New York’s St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral

Blessing of the "I Absolve You" sculpture will precede the September 22 veneration of St. Pio’s relics at church.

Padre Pio prayed this prayer after receiving Holy Communion

This beautiful prayer attests to Padre Pio's immense love of Jesus in the Eucharist.

Padre Pio prayed this prayer to the Virgin Mary every first Saturday

He began each month consecrating himself to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Here’s why Padre Pio’s father went to New York

He only lived there for a few years and then went back to Italy...

Padre Pio’s prayer to cast out fear, even fear of death

Stay with me tonight, Jesus, in life with all its dangers. I need You.

Padre Pio’s heart to visit Philippines

As Filipinos mark a Year of Clergy and Consecrated Life, relic of this saintly priest to visit the islands for 20 days in October

When Padre Pio prayed for someone, he used this powerful prayer

Thousands of miracles are the result of this simple prayer said by a saint.

Rarely seen photos of Padre Pio, a humble mystic who bore the wounds of Christ

These photos reveal a holy priest who received extraordinary spiritual gifts to serve the people of God.

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.

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