Happy Feast Of St John Mary Vianney
On the Feast of Saint John Mary Vianney, we celebrate the life and work of St. John Vianney, the famous “Cure of Ars.” Born in 1785, Vianney was ordained as a priest in 1815 and was made parish priest of Ars in 1820. He dedicated his entire life to the service of the poor and was known for his austere lifestyle, extreme mortification, and childlike simplicity.
St. John Mary Vianney was a French priest, ordained in 1815 and made parish priest of Ars, where he preached and taught the faith. His life was characterized by extreme mortification, but his work is still revered by many. Today, his feast day is celebrated around the world. In addition to serving as the patron of parish priests, St. John Mary Vianney is also a patron saint of women and of the apostolic orders.
A priest by profession, St. John Mary Vianney was ordained on 8 May 1786 in Dardilly, France. He worked for several parishes and was known as a confessor and soul-directed. In 1859, he died in Ars, France, and his work in the parish continued until his death in the same city. In 1925, Pope St. Pius X beatified and canonized him as a saint.
St. John Mary Vianney died at the age of 73 in 1859. His funeral was presided by the Bishop of Ars and attended by hundreds of priests and thousands of people. Upon his death, St. John Mary Vianney was fitted with a wax mask to preserve his body. During his life, he performed many miracles. He healed sick children and converted many people.
St. John Mary Vianney lived a life of poverty and hardship. He spent most of his life in prayer. His suffering led to a harrowing death, and he died in 1859. He became the patron saint of parish priests and many other parishes. In fact, his work was so widespread that he was declared a saint by Pope St. Pius X in the same year.
In 1786, the young John Mary Vianney was baptized in Dardilly, France. His parents, Matthieu Vianney and Marie Beluze, had six children. The Vianneys were devout Catholics and helped the needy. In addition, they hosted the pilgrimage of Saint Benedict Joseph Labre who was traveling from Rome to Paris.
St. John Mary Vianney’s life is a fascinating one. He lived a simple life of devotion, focusing his time on the Blessed Sacrament. His vocation led him to teach other people to become priests, and to become the patron of parishes. His mission was to help the poor. As a Catholic, he worked to help those who were in need. He became a parish priest in 1859, and his life became a model for his followers.
The name of the Saint is a reference to a parish priest in France. In 1786, he was born in Dardilly, near Lyons. He became a parish priest in 1815, and in 1859, he was canonized. In the year 1962, Pope Pius XI declared St. John Mary Vianney the Patron Saint of Parish Priests.
On August 4, St. John Mary Vianney is the patron saint of priests. He was born on May 8, 1786, in Dardilly, near Lyon. His name means “Holy Cure of Ars” in French. In 1815, he was ordained a priest and sent to an isolated community near Ars. There, he began working on his conversion of his parishioners. He was a poor farmer and saw himself as unworthy of his mission, but his love for God filled him with hope.
During the French Revolution, he and his family were forced to hide and evade the revolution. When he was finally drafted, the French government ordered him to be a priest. This was a life-saving decision, as he would not have been able to survive the Revolution without the support of the Church. The emperor wanted a new King, and the people of France needed soldiers to fight Spain.