St. Nicholas of Tolentine (1245-1305) was a simple priest and Augustinian friar who touched the lives of many. His spirit of prayer, penance, austerity of life and devotion to the Holy Souls were most notable. He visited the sick and cared for the needy. He was a
noted preacher of the Gospel. He gave special attention to those who had fallen away from the Church. People considered him a miracle worker.

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