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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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Andrew was the brother of Peter the Apostle. Both were fishermen, just like the Apostles John and James. In the Gospels, Jesus’ disciples are often mentioned in groups of four, and Andrew is always in the first group. So, he was very close to Jesus. However, if you read the Gospels carefully, Andrew is simply a steady presence in the background. He seems to be the least of his group. He is always mentioned after his brother. Still, it was Andrew who met Jesus first, and then brought Peter to him (Jn. 1:40-42). That gives a good idea of his entire career: like most of us he is not the first, not the most important, but he is a very faithful follower of Jesus. And he does not have a problem with this! Rather, he is happy to be with Jesus. #saintandrewapostle #standrewapostle #santoandre #feastday #catholicsaints #onlinesaints

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😇 #SaintOfTheDay 🙏 Saint Andrew, the apotle, pray for us! #saintandrewapostle #CatholicPrayers #standrew #Prayer #Oracion #onlinesaints

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Stanislaus was born at Rostków Castle, Poland. His father was a wealthy nobleman and a close advisor to the king. He sent his sons to Vienna, Austria, to study with the Jesuits. Stanislaus was bullied by his brother Paul, who teased him for his piety and devotion to God. He loved life with the Jesuits but realised that his family would never allow him to join them. The Jesuits in Vienna did not dare to accept him, out of fear of his father’s power. Thus, Stanislaus decided to run away in pursuit of his heart’s desire to become a Jesuit. Dressed as a beggar, he walked almost 500 kilometres to get to Dillingen, Germany, narrowly escaping his brother Paul, who pursued him persistently. Stanislaus met Saint Peter Canisius, and told him of his inner joy in following Jesus. He sent Stanislaus to Rome in the company of two fellow students, a walk of another 1000 kilometres with many hardships. In Rome, Stanislaus was admitted as a Jesuit student. Nine months after his entry to the novitiate he fell seriously ill, and died shortly after making his final vows as a Jesuit on his deathbed. He was 17 years old. #saintstanislauskostka #ststanislauskostka #stanisławkostka #feastday #catholicsaints #onlinesaints

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😇 #SaintOfTheDay 🙏 Saint Stanislaus Kostka, pray for us! #saintstanislauskostka #CatholicPrayers #StanislauKostka #Prayer #Oracion #OnlineSaints

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Elizabeth was known as a brat in her youth in Avord and Dijon, France. She excelled in music and studied at the conservatory. Her irritable temper was a continuous problem for herself and the people around her, and only gradually did she learn how to behave better. She enjoyed fashion, music, and dancing. At the same time, within her, a desire grew to become a Carmelite nun in the convent opposite their house. Her mother wanted to find her a husband, but at the age of 21, Elizabeth entered the Carmel and received the monastic name Elizabeth of the Trinity.Two years after entering the monastery, Elizabeth fell gravely ill. She suffered for years and was in great pain. Still, she found much consolation in the love of God, and in her prayer, and often spoke of a great joy in her spiritual life. Elizabeth died of her illness at the age of 26. Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity, pray for us! #stelizabethofthetrinity #santaisabeldatrindade #elizabethofthetrinity #womensaints #OnlineSaints

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🙏 Prayer: O God, Elizabeth turned to you in her prayer. May I find consolation in your great love and find ways to overcome depressions and difficulties. Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity, pray for us! #saintelizabethofthetrinity #fightdepression #CarmeliteNuns #caminitodesantidad #santaisabeldelatrinidad

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