Oil Dedicated to St Annibale di Francia (Patron Invoked for Prayer for Orphanages)
St Annibale di Francia (Patron Invoked for Prayer for Orphanages) from A Blessed Call To Love, Ireland.
Saint Annibale Maria di Francia, also known as Hannibal Mary di Francia, is a Catholic saint and the founder of the Congregation of the Rogationists of the Heart of Jesus. He was born on July 5, 1851, in Messina, Italy, and died on June 1, 1927.
St. Annibale di Francia dedicated his life to serving God and promoting vocations to the priesthood and religious life. He recognized the importance of prayer in discerning and nurturing vocations, and he emphasized the need for dedicated men and women to answer God’s call.
As the founder of the Rogationists of the Heart of Jesus, St. Annibale di Francia established religious houses, schools, and colleges to provide a solid foundation for the education and formation of future priests and religious. He worked tirelessly to foster a deep sense of devotion and commitment among those called to religious life.
St. Annibale di Francia revered as the patron saint invoked for prayer for vocations. Many individuals and communities seek his intercession to inspire and guide individuals discerning their vocation. Especially those considering the priesthood or religious life. He believed to have a special connection with young people. Urging them to listen to God’s voice and courageously follow His call.
If you are seeking guidance and support in discerning your vocation or praying for an increase in vocations. You can turn to St. Annibale di Francia in your prayers. Ask for his intercession, and trust in his ability to assist you in your spiritual journey.