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Unformatted text preview: th century, bishops and the Vatican choose who is to be named a Saint. Page 4 • Saint Mary or Virgin Mary • Known to be the mother of Jesus Christ, recognized as saintly in many different religions • Roman Catholics believe that Mary was conceived and born without the stain of Original Sin, thereby making her eternally perfect, divine and immaculate from all forms of evil. • Some use Mary as an intercessor of God and pray to her knowing she is close to God Page 5 • Saint Peter • Became the head of the Twelve Apostles • Known to have a very close relationship with our Savior • Catholics consider him the “First Pope” Page 6 • Saint Anthony • Founder of Christinan Monasticism • At 35 he went into seclusion and at that time he experienced, says tradition, every temptation the devil could devise, but he repelled them...
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