Kadee_did 2010-04-06 11:42:04
I’m sure we can use all the saints we can get. I don’t think we found
an “official” migraine saint. I didn’t check the archives but I think
some of us just decided that Hildegard would be a good choice.
Just checked and it was back in 1999 when this was discussed. Nothing
official but several suggested making Hildegard patron saint of ashm.
“Just got this from my sister. I have pasted it verbatim. I promise to pass
on comments faithfully.
have sort-of agreed that if there is to be a patron saint against
migraines, it is quite definitely Hildegard of Bingen, beacuse of the
nature of the visions she saw and bacause she was an amazingly
skilled herbalist and also a philosopher. Some of your oline
migraine-ish friends might be interested.<<<<<<<" Suzie http://tinyurl.com/3gzom
” Did you know that us headache sufferer s have our very own Patron
Saint? Saint Livertin is the name. There seems to be very little info
about this saint and a quick search of google brings up some French
and Italian language websites. However, now all of we headache types
with a degree of Irish in us can proclaim Saints preserve us! and
really have our very own Saint to point at!”
“Voir Bel-Air en Tr daniel (22) au-dessus de la ville Danne et de la
chapelle Notre Dame du Haut, qui abrite les statues des 7 saints :
Lubin, Mamert, Meen (invoqu pour la folie), Hubert, Livertin (invoqu
pour les maux de t te), Hovarniaule (invoqu pour la peur)et Notre
but then I find:
PATRON SAINT INDEX TOPIC
migraine; against migraines; migraine sufferers
Severus of Avranches
Roman Soldier. Martyred with 290 others on order of emperor Maximian
for refusing to sacrifice to pagan gods to obtain victory in battle.
beheaded c.304; relics translated to Cologne, Germany
Cologne, Germany, headaches, migraine
SEVERUS of Avranches
Born to a poor peasant family. Shepherd in his youth. Priest. Monk.
Abbot. Bishop of Avranches. In his later years, he resigned his see
and returned to monastic life.
at Cotentin, Normandy, France
c.690 of natural causes; relics at Rouen, France
against fever, against migraine, drapers, fever, hatmakers, hatters,
migraine, milliners, silk workers, weavers, wool manufacturers, wool
bishop with a horse nearby
Also known as
Ubaldo; Ubald of Gubbio
Dean of the cathedral in his home town. Induced the canons of the
chapter to live a common life together under the rule given by Peter
degli Onesti. Wanted to be a hermit, but was advised against it, and
in 1128 he accepted the bishopric of Gubbio. Patient, gentle, and
brave. Disarmed the tyrannical Frederick Barbarossa. His shrine is a
place of pilgrimage.
at Gubbio near Ancona, Umbria, Italy
1160 at Gubbio near Ancona, Umbria, Italy
1192 by Pope Celestine III
bishop giving a blessing as angels carry his crozier; bishop
delivering a blessing while a devil flees from it
against demoniac possession, Gubbio, Italy, migraine, neuralgia, sick
TERESA of Avila
bodily ills, headaches, lacemakers, laceworkers, loss of parents,
opposition of Church authorities, people in need of grace, people in
religious orders, people ridiculed for their piety, sick people,