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Novena prayers

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St. Jude was the patron Saint of our parish St Jude in North Tulsa. Built in the early 50's my family was one of the founding families. They chose St. Jude because none of the families had alot of money, and weren't sure they could come up w/the money to build. St. Jude is the patron Saint of lost causes.

St. Jude was the patron Saint of our parish St Jude in North Tulsa. Built in the early 50's my family was one of the founding families. They chose St. Jude because none of the families had alot of money, and weren't sure they could come up w/the money to build. St. Jude is the patron Saint of lost causes.

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~repost, because that's what we can do with traditions. If you've ever been to my house, chances are excellent to 100% that you have seen one of these prayer cards laying around. I ordered them in bulk when Karoline Rose was born to include in her birth announcements. And

Prayer For Employment - Found this in a local Catholic bookstore and had to buy it. This is on one side of a prayer card for employment.  I gave the card to my daughter and hope it helps her find a job!

Found this in a local Catholic bookstore and had to buy it. This is on one side of a prayer card for employment. I gave the card to my daughter and hope it helps her find a job!

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