Monday, October 29, 2012

Marikina Holy Rosary 2012: the Dominican Saints

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Marikina Holy Rosary Procession: Dominican Saints

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San Lorenzo Ruiz

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Beato Papa Juan Paolo II

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Papa meets Papa. Blessing of the image of Blessed Pope John Paul II. Although he is not a Dominican, the Luminous Mysteries are attributed to him.

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Beata Juana de Aza

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Beata Imelda Lambertini

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Beata Margarita de Castello

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Sto. Tomas Khuong

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San Vicente Liem dela Paz

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San Juan Macias

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San Martin de Porres

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Santa Magdalena de Nagazaki

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Sta. Rosa de Lima

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Sta. Catalina de Ricci

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San Luis Beltran

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San Pio V

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San Antonino de Florencia

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San Vicente Ferrer

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Sta. Catalina de Siena

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Sta. Ynez de Montepulciano

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San Alberto Magno

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San Raymundo Penafort

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Sto. Tomas Aquino

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Sta. Margarita de Ungria

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San Jacinto de Odrowatz

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Sta. Zedislava de Lamberka

Shortly after her death Zdislava is reported to have appeared in an apparition to her husband. In 1907, Pope Pius X confirmed her veneration for her native country. She was canonized a saint in 1995 with John Sarkander in a ceremony in Olomouc, Czech Republic, by Pope John Paul II. In artwork, she is commonly depicted as a Dominican tertiary with a crucifix wound around with roses, or lying in the place of a sick person in bed. As a patron saint, she is asked for her intercession in difficult marriages and for people ridiculed for their piety. Zdislava Berka (also, Zdislava of Lemberk; c. 1220–1252)

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San Pedro de Verona

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Santo Domingo

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Santo Domingo

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Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, Queen of all Saints

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