A Catholic Monthly Magazine

Tuesday 12 May

Acts 16:22-34, P. 138, John 16:5-11

Saints of God, come to our aid

Visitors to London will probably become familiar with St Pancras Station. Pancras was a Roman martyr from the time of Emperor Diocletian’s persecution of Christians about 304. Today Pancras may be remembered, along with other martyrs of his time. Do you know something of your name-saint, your parish’s dedication or Church title, the patron of your Diocese? We, and they, are all part of the Communion of Saints; they can teach us by their holy lives and plead for us in Heaven – if we ask them.

Our Lady, untier of knots, intercede for us.

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