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On April 16, 1879, Bernadette -- or Sister Marie-Bernard, as she was known within her order -- died in the Sainte Croix (Holy Cross) Infirmary of the Convent of Saint-Gildard. She was thirty-five. Born into a humble family which little by little fell into extreme poverty, Bernadette had always been a frail child. Quite young, she had already suffered from digestive trouble, then after having just escaped being a victim of the cholera epidemic ... Continue Reading

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  1. Pam Casteel
    6 years ago

    My husband has 4th stage cancer and his mother has 4th stage cancer.......I'm watching the Song of Bernadette.....oh my god.

  2. tiffani
    6 years ago

    i to am making confirmation this year, i was looking into picking her too.

  3. Leeanne
    6 years ago

    i'm getting ready for my confirmation soon and she is one of the saints i was looking at that i might want, most likely going to pick her. i look up to her.

  4. Filomena Antoniello
    6 years ago

    I pray to St.Bernadette to bless my childern in health always and also for my nephew who is suffering of autism and for his mother, my sister, who worries for him everyday. All the childern of this world who are suffering, they are all innocent. I cannot see childern suffer.

  5. Linda usher
    6 years ago

    Would love to send Bernadette a prayer. She was and is an inspiration and what a better place would this world be if we all thought like her.

  6. Jessica
    6 years ago

    I LOVE ST BERNADETTE.
    I am doing her for my Confirmation name and I am proud of it, Wouldn't u?
    She was a GREAT person and probably still to this very day.

  7. judy
    6 years ago

    this is my first time visiting this site and by golly this is the best site ever... i love St. Bernadette...ive seen a few shows about her and her life. extraordinary woman. keep up the good work with this site

  8. annamaria
    6 years ago

    i believe in god and she help me i am a survivor of breast cancer and i believe in the water.

  9. Selah
    6 years ago

    Ah...I love St. Bernadette so very much...this is a very informative article, thank you for sharing.

  10. tracey
    6 years ago

    I love St Bernadette and my only wish for her was for her not to have suffered and die so young.

  11. al
    6 years ago

    verry good i've got 100 from our test its so helpful

  12. al
    6 years ago

    this is very helpful

  13. Kaitlyn Perez
    6 years ago

    This was very helpful, i made an interesting report and I got an A++ THANKS! ALOT


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