Oil Dedicated to St Willibrord 2 (Patron against Epilepsy)
St Willibrord 2 (Patron against Epilepsy) from A Blessed Call To Love, Ireland.
Saint Wolfgang of Regensburg, the revered patron saint invoked against stomach diseases, lived in the 10th century. Born in Swabia, Germany, he displayed great piety and intellect from an early age. Recognizing his potential, he entered the renowned monastery of Reichenau and received education under the guidance of its scholarly monks.
In 972, Wolfgang was appointed as the Bishop of Regensburg, where he continued his mission to spread the teachings of Christianity. He was a compassionate leader, known for his tireless efforts to alleviate the suffering of those afflicted by various illnesses, particularly stomach diseases.
During his time as bishop, Wolfgang performed numerous miracles, including healing the sick and casting out demons. His healing touch extended to those suffering from stomach ailments, and many sought his intercession for relief. His prayers and interventions credited with curing numerous individuals, earning him a reputation as a powerful advocate against stomach diseases.
Not only Wolfgang renowned for his miraculous healings, but he also focused on the spiritual well-being of his flock. He emphasized the importance of prayer, penance, and moral rectitude, urging his followers to live virtuous lives.
St. Wolfgang’s unwavering commitment to God and his compassion for the afflicted made him a beloved figure in Regensburg and beyond. His influence extended beyond his lifetime, as his intercession continued to sought by those struggling with stomach diseases.
Today, St. Wolfgang venerated as the patron saint invoked against stomach diseases. His feast day celebrated on October 31, and many people turn to him in prayer. Seeking his intercession for healing and protection. His life serves as an inspiration, reminding us of the power of faith, compassion, and the pursuit of God’s will in overcoming adversity.