5 Patron Saints Every Student Needs To Know About!

by Faith & Life, Family, Prayer, Saints, Spiritual Warfare

Ever need help with your studies?

For many students, there are times when motivation is hard and studying is full of stress. The Church has recognized certain people as saints, stating with confidence that they are in Heaven and able to intercede on our behalf before God. And there are many saints who are perfect for students to turn to.

Today we share this great infographic from HolyArt.com, introducing you to five Patron Saints of students, in order that you can get to know them and ask for their help and intercession.

If you’re a student, we hope that this will help you, and if you’re not, don’t forget to share with any stressed-out students you may know!

5 Patron Saints For Students

Infographic kindly provided by Carlo from HolyArt.com 

5 patron saints for students

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