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Father Michel Remery
Father Michel Remery

Father Michel Remery is a Dutch Catholic priest, founder of Online with Saints and Tweeting with GOD. He studied architecture (1992-1996) and philosophy and theology (1999-2006). He became an assistant priest (2006-2012), and worked especially with youth. He was appointed Vice Secretary General of European Bishops’ Conferences - CCEE (2012-2017). In 2018, he continued his priestly mission in Luxemburg as national youth chaplain and director of the international projects Tweeting with GOD and Online with Saints.


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Philip was the son of a lawyer from Florence, Italy. When he was 18 years old, he felt strongly called to deepen his faith and moved to Rome, where he studied theology. He prayed a lot and led an ascetic life. Working for the poor and outcast of Roman society, including prostitutes and beggars, he realised the importance of bringing the gospel to everyone. The ‘Apostle of Rome’ as he was called, travelled through the city of Rome on home missions, speaking to people wherever he met them and helping them to discover the importance of the faith for themselves. Among other things, he introduced the devotion of taking turns in praying forty hours in front of the Blessed Sacrament exposed. Philip was ordained a priest at the age of 36, which is rather late for the time. For a moment he thought of volunteering for the missions in India, inspired by Francis Xavier, but his companions showed him how much work there was to be done in Rome. Together they set up the ‘Oratory’, named after the prayer room where they met for lectures and discussion on religious questions. Their mission developed quickly. They met in a different church every evening. Philip preached and heard confessions, while disciples like the famous composer Palestrina took care of the music. Trying to counter immoral scenes at carnival, Philip organised pilgrimages on foot, praying in seven Roman churches on one day. Even today the Seven Churches Walk is popular among pilgrims and seminarians. In 1575 Philip officially founded the Congregation of the Oratory, a community of secular priests and brothers. This idea was followed quickly in other places, where independent oratories were set up. #SaintPhilipNeri #PhilipNeri #catholicsaints #onlinewithsaints

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Saint Philip Neri 🙏 Prayer: O God, Philip had a profound relationship with you and a cheerful nature. Help me to work hard for my mission, while continuing to laugh at myself. Saint Philip Neri, pray for us! #SaintPhilipNeri #PhilipNeri #catholicsaint #onlinesaints

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#SaintOfTheDay 🙏 Saint Philip Neri, pray for us! #SaintPhilipNeri #CatholicPrayers #PhilipNeri #prayer #oración #oraçåo #onlinesaints

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John came from Pomuk, Bohemia, in today’s Czech Republic. He studied in Prague and Padua, Italy, before he was ordained a priest and appointed parish priest in Prague. He was intelligent and wise, but above all a great believer in the love of God, and he was a humble man. Soon he started to rise in importance within the local Church, until he became vicar-general. People came from far away to listen to his passionate homilies in the cathedral. King Wenceslaus IV had become cruel and capricious in his reign, and was in constant battle with the Church. One day, the king ordered John to be tortured in a terrible way on the Charles bridge in Prague. He was then thrown into the river, dead or barely alive. This is why you can find John’s statue on some bridges today. The exact reason for this atrocity is not known. Was it because John had signed the appointment of an abbot against the wishes of the king? Or did the king want to deprive the bishop of one of his most important assistants? #SaintJohnNepomuk #JohnNepomuk #catholicsaints #onlinewithsaints

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Saint John Nepomuk 🙏 Prayer: O God, John lived and died for his priesthood. Help me meet you regularly in the sacraments that you want to give me through the ministry of priests. Saint John Nepomuk, pray for us! #SaintJohnNepomuk #JohnNepomuk #catholicsaint #onlinesaints

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#SaintOfTheDay 🙏 Saint John Nepomuk, pray for us! #JohnNepomuk #CatholicPrayers #SaintJohnNepomuk #prayer #oración #oraçåo #onlinesaints

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