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Oil Dedicated to St Servatius (Patron for Foot Problems)


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Oil Dedicated to St Servatius (Patron for Foot Problems)


St. Servatius, compassionate patron in times of physical discomfort, we turn to you with trust and hope. As you understand the pains and challenges associated with foot problems, we seek your intercession for relief and healing. Guide those who suffer from ailments affecting their feet, providing strength to endure and patience to persevere. Like the footsteps of faith you took in your earthly journey, inspire us to walk with resilience and faith, even in the midst of discomfort. St. Servatius, be a comforting presence for those facing foot-related struggles, and may your intercession bring them solace and restoration. Amen.


Hebrews 12:1-2 

“Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer, and perfecter of faith.”

Oil Dedicated to St Servatius Oil Patron is dedicated to the patron of foot problems and lameness.

The presence of Servatius is recorded at several synods and church councils. Athanasius, leader of the anti-Arian party, was in exile in Trier. He may have met with Servatius. Both men campaigned against local Arian bishops and priests. In addition, at the Council of Cologne Servatius testified against the bishop of Cologne. Servatius said that “he denied the divinity of Jesus Christ”. St Athanasius was present.

Co-emperor Constance was assassinated in 350. Servatius was sent to the Roman emperor in Edessa. He represented the late Constans as an unworthy tyrant and oppressor. The mission failed. The resulting civil war ended with the death of Magnentius in 353. The mission can be seen as a sign of the high standing of Servatius. In 359, the Council of Rimini reports that Servatius eloquently denounced Arianism.

The source is Gregory of Tours

An important source about the life of Saint Servaratus is Gregory of Tours. In his late 6th-century account, Gregory writes about Servatius. He was a bishop of Tongeren and died in Maastricht. According to him, Servatius lived at the time when the Huns threatened Tongeren. However, this does not match the 4th-century dates of the synods. Also, it is not always clear how much of Gregory’s account is history. Some of it may be (pious) fiction.

During a vigil at St Peter’s tomb in Rome, Servatius had a vision. It showed the destruction of Tongeren. Peter then handed the Keys of Heaven to Servatius. He thus transferred to him the power to forgive sins. According to Gregory, Servatius returned to Tongeren. Also, he brought the relics of his predecessors to Maastricht. There he died. He was buried alongside the Roman road, near the bridge.

St Servatus founded a number of churches.

As a bishop, Servatius was the founder of several early Christian churches in the diocese of Tongeren. One was the Basilica of Our Lady in Tongeren. The 2nd was the Basilica of Our Lady in Maastricht. In the case of Tongeren, this traditional claim was supported by excavations in the 1980s. These revealed under the medieval church remains of a 4th-century church. It is possibly the original cathedral of the diocese. The origins of the Maastricht church of Our Lady remain uncertain. Also, no excavations have ever been carried out inside this church. The Basilica of St Severatius, excavations in the 1990s have revealed the remains of a 6th-century church. In addition, it was described by Gregory of Tours as a magnum temple. At its center is a late Roman structure, possibly the tomb of Servatius.

Tradition of oils

The tradition of anointing with sacred oil is very old indeed. It  used in sacraments and also as a devotional practice. The sick person applies the oil and blesses themselves. As they do so, they asked to pray to whomever the oil dedicated to. The Irish blessings oils do not have miraculous power. It is God who has the power to heal. Applying the oil while praying is an important way for us to express our faith in God’s power. Moreover, by doing so we place our trust in God.

The Irish Blessings oils dedicated to the Holy Spirit, Our Lady, and the saints. The oils come through prayer. They placed on their designated altars for a period of prayer before sent out.  The oils are of therapeutic grade.
The bottles of oils going out are accompanied by a prayer card. In addition, they personalized for the saint to whom the oil isdedicated to.
Get your St Servatius healing oil here at A Blessed Call to Love.

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