St. Joseph of Cupertino Print

Saint Joseph of Cupertino
1603-1663
Feast Day: September 18
Patronage: aviators, pilots, air travelers, students, learning disabled

This fine art portrait, printed on acid-free, 80 lb. cardstock, with archival inks, is ready to frame. The watermark will not appear on your print.

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Saint Joseph of Cupertino had a miserable childhood because he lacked many basic natural abilities, even his mother treated him harshly. Through humble mortification and obedience, he rose to a deep union with God. The Capuchins reluctantly accepted him to the diaconate/priesthood after he answered the one and only question that he knew, by the Bishop examiner. After this, his ecstasies, miracles, and levitations increased just by talking about God or spiritual matters. He was called the ”Flying Friar” and was always humble and cheerful. The last 10 years were spent in forced seclusion because he unintentionally caused distractions and misunderstanding in his community.