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Gemma Galgani was born on March 12, 1878, in a small Italian town near Lucca. At a very young age, Gemma developed a love for prayer. She made her First Communion on June 17, 1887. As a pupil at the school run by the Sisters of St. Zita, Gemma was loved by her teachers and her fellow pupils. Although quiet and reserved, she always had a smile for everyone. Although a good student, she had to quit school due to chronic ill health before ... Continue Reading

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  1. gemma
    5 years ago

    very good

  2. courtney
    5 years ago

    i love gemma she is great to god and everyone

  3. coutrney
    5 years ago

    i agree she was great to her brothers and her dad and god

  4. Glenn Dallaire
    6 years ago

    Thank you so much for the nice article on St Gemma Galgani.

    For those interested in Saint Gemma, I have a website devoted to her includiing many of her writings for her autobiography, diary and letters, along with many pictures.

    The St Gemma website is located here:
    http://stgemmagalgani.blogspot.com/

    -Glenn Dallaire
    Bristol, CT USA

  5. Neil
    6 years ago

    St. Gemma Galdani is a wonderful example and holy intercessor to those wishing to end addiction problems and the destructive evil that results from turning away from purity. Pray for us St. Gemma. Satan will never conquer. But all humankind must pray - and unite themselves with your wonderful sacrifice. Pray St. Gemma. I am so sorry for my sins and hope your prayers will be united with those of our Lady. Amen

  6. Neil
    6 years ago

    May St. Gemma Galgani, with her beauty and holiness, raise all of us to everlasting life.

  7. jazzmine
    6 years ago

    this saint is very holy and it is amazing how she had a positive attitude toward her death


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