St. Michael de Sanctis (29 September 1591 – 10 April 1625), sometimes called Michael of the Saints, was a Discalced Trinitarian born in Vic, a city of Catalonia, Spain. During his life, Michael de Sanctis led a life of prayer and mortification. He was devout towards the Holy Eucharist, and is said to have been experienced ecstasies several times during Consecration. Michael De Sanctis was beatified by Pope Pius VI on 24 May 1779 and later canonized by Pope Pius IX on 8 June 1862. His feast day is celebrated on 10 April. In images, he is usually depicted kneeling before an altar where the Blessed Sacrament is exposed. He is the patron saint of cancer patients.
St. Michael de Sanctis
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