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St. John Neumann Comments

This American saint was born in Bohemia in 1811. He was looking forward to being ordained in 1835 when the bishop decided there would be no more ordinations. It is difficult for us to imagine now, but Bohemia was overstocked with priests. John wrote to bishops all over Europe but the story was the same everywhere no one wanted any more priests. John was sure he was called to be a priest but all the doors to follow that vocation seemed to close ... Continue Reading

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  1. cicily
    4 years ago

    Really inspiring,increasing more thirst for the kingdom of god!

  2. jill
    4 years ago

    totally awesome dude

  3. ferris
    4 years ago

    this saint rules.

  4. jimmy
    4 years ago

    is there a symbol for him

  5. David Mischler
    4 years ago

    Our parish is celebrating our 175th year. SS peter and Paul Parish, Williamsville, NY founded by Father John Neumann, July 13, 1836

  6. Ali
    4 years ago

    Best site ever

  7. amanda
    5 years ago

    thanks!!!! this helped me alot with my report!

  8. rachel
    5 years ago

    Thank you !!!!! I had a religion report , and it was the only resource i used. Very helpful!

  9. Pat Munyan
    5 years ago

    My very favorite saint!

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  13. maci
    5 years ago

    This website was very helpful.i needed it 4 my homework and this site was one of the most helpful websites that i have been on.

  14. sean
    5 years ago

    extremely helpful

  15. philomene
    5 years ago

    i love learning about staint on this website who ever made this there r a very good idea !!!!!!!!!!

  16. greg
    5 years ago

    very helpful

  17. jake
    5 years ago

    very helpful

  18. elly
    6 years ago

    this was really helpful

  19. patty smith
    6 years ago

    i love this saint. he is amazing. he stopped me from doing evils.

  20. spicy mama
    6 years ago

    this saint is sweeeeet

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