How To Choose A Patron Saint

 

How To Choose A Patron Saint

How To Choose A Patron Saint

Think about your vocation or state in life.

Think about your occupation or field of study.

Think about your hobbies or interests.

Think about your current life circumstances.

PRAY!

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