Life history of St. Rita – The Saint of Impossibles

St. RitaSt. Rita was a holy woman who was raised to sainthood, at the very beginning of the twentieth century – 1900, May 24 – at the opening of the Jubilee Year. More known as a mystic, St. Rita had led a heroic sanctified life in the positions of wife, mother, widow and later as a nun. This holy woman was a garden of virtues. God used to grant her, whatever she had asked for. Among the Spanish people, she is known as ‘Saint of impossibles’.

Rita was the only daughter, born to an Umbranian farmer couple, at their late age. Though from her childhood she had wished to join the convent, she had to get married due to the intervention of her parents. Two flowers blossomed in their married life. After the death of her husband and children, she joined the Augustinian Convent. From there, she climbed the steps of sanctity. She died in 1457. In the year 1900, the Iioly Throne proclaimed her, a Saint.

Read the Life History of  The Saint of Impossibles – St. Rita

This book is written by Fr. Xavier Khan Vattayil, a member of Palakkad Diocese, a well-known retreat orator. ‘ Mystic Manna ‘ is the series meant for children, prepared by Fr. Xavier Khan, who had already presented to Maranatha Media Centre, several video discourses on various subjects, through the series- ‘GALE OF AWAKENING’; booklet series of more than eight books. till this period. He is introducing St. Rita, in this book under this series. Praying that the life-history of this saint, be of help to many.

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