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Saint Isidore the Farmer


Also known as Isadore the Farmer, Isidore Bonden, Isidore of Madrid, Isidore the Laborer ,Isidro Labrador

Memorial 15 May

Profile Pius farmer. Married to Saint Mary de la Cabeza. Their son died young; they became convinced it was the will of God that they not have children, and they lived together chastely the rest of their lives, doing good works. Accused by fellow workers of shirking his duties by attending Mass each day, taking time out for prayers, etc., Isidore claimed he had no choice but to follow the highest Master. One tale says that when his master came in the morning to chastise him for skipping work for church, he found angels plowing the fields in place of Isidore. Miracles and cures reported at his grave, in which his body remains incorruptible.

Born c.1070 at Madrid, Spain

Died 15 May 1130 of natural causes Beatified 2 May 1619 by Pope Paul V Canonized 12 March 1622 by Pope Gregory XV

Patronage agricultural workers, Bukidnon, Mindanao, Philippines, death of children ,Digos, Philippines, diocese of Estepona, Spain farm workers, farmers, field hands ,for rain, husbandmen, laborers, livestock


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