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Padre Pio

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

Another link between Padre Pio and Fatima

Read this testimony of Jacinta and Francisco's older brother.

When we’re depressed or feeling blue, this prayer from Padre Pio is a way to reach out

If you find yourself in a state of darkness, the key is "to reach."

When Padre Pio was visited by a soul from purgatory

He was alone in prayer when a man appeared out of nowhere.

Jesus said there is no better novena than this one, and it has only 11 words

A thousand prayers do not equal one act of abandonment.

Meet a modern-day mystic, whose spiritual life has been compared to Padre Pio’s

Servant of God Maria Esperanza de Bianchini started having heavenly visions at the age of 5.

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