St. John Vianney - Lectern Frontal LFYP08
This banner was originally designed to celebrate
the Year of the Priest which was declared by Pope Benedict XVI to mark the
150th anniversary of the Saint's death.
St John Vianney is the universal patron saint of parish
Feast Day: 4th August.
Jean-Baptiste Vianney known as the Cure d'Ars was
born in Lyon, France in 1786 and died in Ars, France in 1859. He was renowned
for his pastoral care of all who sought him out: bishops, priests, laywomen and
laymen. During the last 10 years of his life he spent 16 - 18 hours a day
Pope John Paul II said of him that he was a “rare
example of a pastor acutely aware of his responsibilities…and a sign of courage
for those who today experience the grace of being called to the priesthood.”
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