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St. Anthony

Born 1195 Died 1231

Franciscan Priest and Gifted Speaker from Padua, Italy. Doctor of the Church and Patron Saint of Seekers of Lost Articles.  Typically shown holding the Infant Jesus who legend says had miraculously appeared to him.  The lilies are a symbol of his purity, innocence and integrity. 

St. Anthony's Feast Day is June 13th.

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St. Boniface

Born 673 (?) Died 754

Born in Devonshire, England, Benedictine Monk, Apostle of Germany, and Archbishop of Mainz Germany. Martyred.  Depicted holding a book as a symbol of his evangelization in Germany and Holland. 

St. Boniface's Feast Day is June 5th.

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