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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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Moses was an Ethiopian slave in the house of a government official in Egypt until he was dismissed for theft. He was a tall and imposing figure, and a natural leader. He became the leader of a gang of brigands who were the terror of the Nile Valley. They raided villages, attacked travellers and killed whoever opposed them. The local governor sent out his troops to get him. One night, the gang was surprised by sheepdogs who prevented them from robbing a rich man. In his angry and revengeful hatred, Moses swam over a mile-wide river in search of the shepherd who owned these dogs. When he did not find him, he killed a few rams in his rage and carried them single-handed back to camp. As government troops were drawing near, Moses fled into the desert and sought refuge in a Coptic monastery to lie low until he could gather his gang again. The monks welcomed the giant man with his cruel expression without questions. Probably to his own surprise, he started to grow an admiration for the peaceful dedication of the monks. Gradually their brotherly love transformed the brigand. He asked to be baptised and join the community. Monastic life proved to be difficult for the adventurer still full of anger and hate. Discipline and obedience did not come easy. One of his struggles was with chastity (see Saint 2.37). In his life he had known many women, now he only wanted to belong to God. But his body needed more time to adjust than his mind. #SaintMosestheEthiopian #catholicsaint #onlinesaints

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Saint Moses the Ethiopian🙏 Prayer: O God, Moses knew anger and hatred before discovering the beauty of a life in peace. Help me to find the peace of heart you want to give me! Saint Moses of Ethiopia, pray for us! #SaintMosestheEthiopian #catholicsaint #onlinesaints

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#SaintOfTheDay 🙏 Saint Moses the Ethiopian, pray for us! #SaintMosestheEthiopian #CatholicPrayers #prayer #oración #oraçåo #onlinesaints

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Monica came from Thagaste, Algeria. She was very young when she married Patricius. Her husband had a violent temper with regular outbursts. Unlike his wife, he was not a Christian. Monica loved her children and was especially worried about Augustine, who was leading a dissolute life. Worse still was his interest in the Manichean sect, up to the point where he tried to convert her. Monica shed many tears and prayed with all her heart for her son. Every day she visited church twice to implore heaven, for her one prayer intention was to bring about his conversion. One day, a lifetime of tears and prayers came to a happy end. After many years of wandering, Augustine converted and asked to be baptised as a Christian. Monica’s persistent prayers were eventually answered. #SaintMonica #catholicsaint #onlinesaints

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Saint Monica🙏 Prayer: O God, Monica was persistent in her prayers and in her faith. Help me to be like her and teach me to pray for all my intentions and for other people’s needs. Saint Monica, pray for us! #SaintMonica #catholicsaint #onlinesaints

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#SaintOfTheDay 🙏 Saint Monica, pray for us! #SaintMonica #CatholicPrayers #prayer #oración #oraçåo #onlinesaints

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