~ Saint Magick – Saint Helen of Jerusalem ~

FEAST DAY: August 18 DAY OF THE WEEK: Friday CANDLE COLOR: Red or Pink LEGEND: Converted to Christianity late in life. Married Constantius Chlorus, co-regent of the western Roman empire. Mother of Constantine the Great. Her husband put her aside for a second marriage with better political connections. On his death, her son ascended to…

~ Saint Magick – Saint Claire of Assasi ~

FEAST DAY: August 11 DAY OF THE WEEK: Monday CANDLE COLOR: White LEGEND: Daughter of a count and countess. Her father died young. After hearing Saint Francis of Assisi preach in the streets, she confided to him her desire to live for God, the two became close friends. On Palm Sunday 1212 the bishop presented…

~ Saint Magick – Our Lady of Prompt Succor ~

  FEAST DAY: August 1 DAY OF THE WEEK: Saturday CANDLE COLOR: Gold LEGEND: In 1727, French Ursuline nuns founded a monastery in New Orleans, Louisiana, and organized their area schools from it. In 1763 Louisiana became a Spanish possession, and Spanish sisters came to assist. In 1800 the territory reverted back to France, and…

~ Saint Magick – Saint Alphonsus Liguori ~

FEAST DAY: August 1 DAY OF THE WEEK: Thursday CANDLE COLOR: Purple LEGEND: Born to the nobility, he was a child prodigy, was extremely well-educated, and received his doctorate in law from the University of Naples at age 16. He had his own practice by age 21, and was soon one of the leading lawyers…

~ Saint Magick – Saint Ignatius of Loyola ~

FEAST DAY: July 31 DAY OF THE WEEK: Saturday CANDLE COLOR: White LEGEND: Spanish nobility. Youngest of twelve children. Page in the Spanish court of Ferdinand and Isabella. Military education. Soldier, entering the army in 1517, and serving in several campaigns. Wounded in the leg by a cannonball at the siege of Pampeluna on 20…

~ Saint Magick – Saint Martha ~

  FEAST DAY: July 29 DAY OF THE WEEK: Tuesday CANDLE COLOR: Green and White LEGEND: Sister of Saints Lazarus and Mary of Bethany. Friend of Jesus, hostess to him in her house. May have been part of an early mission to France. Sometimes referred to as "Saint Martha the Dominator" PETITION SAINT MARTHA: in…