Tag Archives: St. Joseph Pignatelli

A Jesuit saint, Jesuits not-so-much saints, and prayers

A few weeks ago, I posted about going to find in Rome’s mighty, but besmirched, Gesù the tomb of a Jesuit saint held to be as if the Society’s “second founder”, St. Joseph Pignatelli. Today is his feast. Hence, I’ll … Read More

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ROME 22/10 – Day 22: A Tale of Two Pignatelli (…not a shape of pasta)

Our Roman glimpse of Helios was at 7:28 and the final glimpse should be at 18:20. The Ave Maria is slated for 18:30. In the older calendar we have today St. Mark of Jerusalem. In the newer calendar we have … Read More

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