(CH128) ST. BENEDICT CHAPLET
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St. Benedict was a religious reformer who lived in Italy in the late 400s and early 500s. He is known as the “father of Western monasticism,” having established a Rule that would become the norm for innumerable Christian monks and nuns. He is the patron saint of Europe.
St. Benedict was made patron of students and Europe.