Venerable Antonietta Meo
December 15, 1930 - July 3, 1937
Feast Day: July 3
Venerated by Pope Benedict XVI in 2007
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Antonietta Meo, nicknamed “Nennolina", was born in Rome and attended Catholic schools where she stood out for her charm, joy, and love of the poor. When she was 6 years old her left leg was amputated because of bone cancer, which eventually caused her death. Her life was a witness of sanctity for children who suffer because she knew to offer up her pain in union with Jesus. She wrote hundreds of “love letters” to Jesus before she died, sending Jesus “lots of kisses.” She may be the youngest person on the way to sainthood who is a confessor (not a martyr) ever canonized by the Catholic Church.