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Saint Rita of Cascia Private Tour from Rome

Saint Rita of Cascia Private Tour from Rome - Cascia, Italy

Duration: 5 to 6 hours
Location: Cascia, Italy

From USD
$201.02

Cascia is home to Saint Rita of Cascia, one of Catholicism's most revered saints, often referred to as the "Saint of the Impossible". Cascia is also the place where a Eucharistic Miracle is preserved ... More info ›

Cascia is home to Saint Rita of Cascia, one of Catholicism's most revered saints, often referred to as the "Saint of the Impossible". Cascia is also the place where a Eucharistic Miracle is preserved. It is therefore high on the list for many Catholic pilgrims. Saint Rita of Cascia is often called "the saint of the impossible". St. Rita's story is one of the power of prayer and of faith. She was born in 1381 near the city of Cascia and, when she wished to enter a convent, she was married off to obedience to her wishes at the age of 16. When Cicco Barbaro, a carpenter who miraculously recovered the use of his arm Rita, (considered her first miracle), who set about fashioning herself in her body was then placed. Saint Rita of Cascia is considered patron saint of impossible causes.

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Stop At: Monastero di Santa Rita da Cascia, Viale Santa Rita 13, 06043, Cascia Italy

Cascia is home to Saint Rita of Cascia, one of Catholicism's most revered saints, often referred to as the "Saint of the Impossible". Cascia is also the place where a Eucharistic Miracle is preserved. It is therefore high on the list for many Catholic pilgrims. Saint Rita of Cascia is often called "the saint of the impossible". St. Rita's story is one of the power of prayer and of faith. She was born in 1381 near the city of Cascia and, although she wished to enter a convent, she was married off to obedience to her wishes at the age of 16. Due to a misunderstanding of the writings on her coffin , it had long been thought that her husband was abusive to her during their 18 years of marriage. Very often Saint Rita is portrayed as a long- suffering and even abused wife, whose husband was a violent drunkard, and an unfaithful spouse.
When Cicco Barbarian, a carpenter who miraculously recovered the use of his arm as he prayed before the body of the recently deceased Rita, Jesus and Mary Magdalene, as well as with symbols illustrating the spiritual influences on her life. There was also an engraving of the outer cover of Rita, her suffering and her love. Pilgrims would like to pray before this market, which has never been buried in the ground but remained in a small room within the convent, exposed to the view of visitors. Here they would be devotional candles and signs of their affection and reminders of their prayers. Over the last few decades the smoke from the candles, eventually making it difficult to read clearly the poetic inscription. In time someone noticed that the poem spoke of a maritu ferocious or violent husband.
Preachers began to elaborate on this theme, describing Rita's great heroism in patiently enduring trials and sorrows which her spouse caused her. Rita’s virtuous life was written almost to the end of her life. It was not until the 20th century, when the nuns of the monumental casket had cleaned and restored, that the maritu fierce vanished. Rita’s thorn, suffering from quite a different kind. Saint Rita of Cascia is considered patron saint of impossible causes.

Duration: 3 hours

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Santa Rita from Cascia from Rome, 1 day tour.

Santa Rita from Cascia from Rome, 1 day tour. - Cascia, Italy

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Cascia, Italy

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$109.68

This tour has been programmed for those who loves and are devoted to Santa Rita from Cascia.

It is a magic place where faithful can pray and feel overwhelmed by the spirituality conveied by the Shrine. Moreover the splendid, peaceful and lovely contryside invites people to really enjoy and memorize to a picture of lifetime.

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Stop At: Monastero di Santa Rita da Cascia, Viale Santa Rita 13, 06043, Cascia Italy

The basilica of Santa Rita da Cascia is a minor basilica of Cascia, belonging to the homonymous sanctuary: the mortal remains of Saint Rita are venerated inside.

(Rita of Cascia, born Margherita Lotti (Roccaporena, 1381 - Cascia, 22 May 1457), was an Italian nun of the eremitan monastery of Santa Maria Maddalena, beatified by Pope Urban VIII in 1628, was proclaimed saint by Pope Leo XIII in 1900.)

In the first decades of the twentieth century, the steady increase in pilgrims visiting the reliquary with the remains of Saint Rita made the old church unsuitable for hosting such a large number of people ... More info ›

This tour has been programmed for those who loves and are devoted to Santa Rita from Cascia.

It is a magic place where faithful can pray and feel overwhelmed by the spirituality conveied by the Shrine. Moreover the splendid, peaceful and lovely contryside invites people to really enjoy and memorize to a picture of lifetime.

Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Monastero di Santa Rita da Cascia, Viale Santa Rita 13, 06043, Cascia Italy

The basilica of Santa Rita da Cascia is a minor basilica of Cascia, belonging to the homonymous sanctuary: the mortal remains of Saint Rita are venerated inside.

(Rita of Cascia, born Margherita Lotti (Roccaporena, 1381 - Cascia, 22 May 1457), was an Italian nun of the eremitan monastery of Santa Maria Maddalena, beatified by Pope Urban VIII in 1628, was proclaimed saint by Pope Leo XIII in 1900.)

In the first decades of the twentieth century, the steady increase in pilgrims visiting the reliquary with the remains of Saint Rita made the old church unsuitable for hosting such a large number of people. This was how Mother Maria Teresa Fasce, today blessed , abbess of the nearby monastery of Santa Rita da Cascia where Saint Rita had lived for more than forty years, promoted the construction of a new church suited to the needs of the faithful;

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Roccaporena, Santuario di S. Rita, Frazione di Roccaporena, 06043 Roccaporena, Cascia Italy

Roccaporena is a fraction of the municipality of Cascia, in the province of Perugia.

The village is located at a height of 707 m, at the end of a small gorge, about 6 km from Cascia. According to the Istat 2001 census data, it is inhabited by 73 residents.

The town has existed since the Middle Ages, when, in 1381, Santa Rita da Cascia was born there. In 1939 the Opera di Santa Rita was founded, to promote the cult of the Saint, to cure and make known his memories to Roccaporena, to do charitable works on his example by setting up an orphanage. The traditional isolation of the places was interrupted in 1950, when the road (the only one) connecting Roccaporena to Cascia was inaugurated.


Duration: 1 hour

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