Also referred to as Saint Bernardine or Saint Bernadine... Saint Bernardino
of Siena was a Franciscan Friar and is remembered today for his incredible
devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus. The patron of advertising, publicists,
and publishers, Saint Bernardino will inspire and motivate those who wear
his medal and bring great publicity to all your newsworthy events!
Saint Bernardino, was not too surprisingly, from Siena, Italy. He is known
as a saint invoked to protect from hoarseness, chest problems, respiratory
ailments and lung difficulties. Obviously, Bernardino is a great saint
whose intercession is needed today and for any respiratory virus.
Bernardino was also a peacemaker. His notion of offering bacio di pace, the kiss of peace, helped further his viewpoint
that asked, “Why can’t we all just get along?” Civil discord, in
Bernardino’s view, was tantamount to malicious gossip that had no useful
purpose. Again, not surprisingly, men often disagreed yet women stayed
within his flock of followers. They believed in him and his message. And
now, we do too!
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The stories are sometimes embellished, paraphrased, or updated, but
overall, they retain the theme presented at canonization or veneration.
That's what makes them more special!
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Bernardino lived in Siena and worked as a friar, a Priest, a writer,
and a preacher. He preached to the folks throughout Italy and went to
every single city in the country to present his Ministry. His speaking
skills were so profound many would flock to listen to his prose. After
hearing him, many were persuaded to convert to Christianity. He was
born in 1380 and died in 1444.
Bernardino was also known to be excellent with crisis management and
damage control; he was a true diplomat. He often brought warring
adversaries together and he helped them understand and respect each
other, even if they had wildly opposing views. When folks were
hopelessly divided, and in the throes of disappointment and despair,
Bernardino often arranged for opponents to meet, talk, and simply
listen to each other. When the adversaries left their meetings they
often shared the baci o di pace
, or “kiss of peace.”
Bernardino may also be the originator of the first “cue card.” When he
was giving his sermons he would hold or display a giant card with the
letters “IHS” on it. The poster on display was meant to revere and pay
homage to Jesus Christ. The symbol became very popular and is still
Bernardino was also a miracle worker. He brought a man back to life
after he had been mauled and killed in a bullfight. Pray to, or wear
Saint Bernardino when faced with malicious propaganda. Bernardino will
help bring the truth to light.
He is known as a saint invoked to protect from hoarseness, chest
problems, respiratory ailments and lung difficulties. Obviously,
Bernardino is a great saint whose intercession is needed today and for
all respiratory viruses.