Extract from Saint Remigius: “He studied literature at Reims and soon became so noted for learning and sanctity that he was elected Archbishop of Reims in his twenty-second year. Thence-forward his chief aim was the propagation of Christianity in the realm of the Franks. The story of the return of the sacred vessels, which had been stolen from the Church of Soissons testifies to the friendly relations existing between him and Clovis, King of the Franks, whom he converted to Christianity with the assistance of St. Waast (Vedastus, Vaast) and St. Clotilda, wife of Clovis. Even before he embraced Christianity Clovis had showered benefits upon both the Bishop and Cathedral of Reims, and after the battle of Tolbiac, he requested Remigius to baptize him at Reims (24 December, 496) in presence of several bishops of the Franks and Alemanni and great numbers of the Frankish army. Clovis granted Remigius stretches of territory, in which the latter established and endowed many churches” See PICTURE of Saint Remigius. Saint Remigius (Multilingual), SAINT REMI (EN), The Life of Saint Remigius (EN), SAN REMIGIO DE REIMS (SP), San Remigio di Reims (IT), Saint Remi (FR), A PRAYER for the Feast Day of Saint Remigius.
We, at the CTF/SOS DRS have prayed for the intercession of St. Remigius of Rheims on behalf of those affected by the following catastrophes:
Cholera in India (October, 2010) (Asia) See World Mission Rosary Intentions: October 10 – October 24, 2010.
May the Lord in His Divine Mercy – through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary – may build up His Kingdom,
make these mysteries a reality in our lives, strengthen us in our common mission, and come to the aid of those for whom we pray.
Instructions for Praying World Mission Rosary: