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    robison Guest

    patron saint of pilots?

    I was wondering who is the patron saint of pilots? I had a customer come into the store the other day asking.I figured St Christopher covered most of the bases...maybe not?
    She wants to make a thoughtful gift to a friend who's a new pilot.

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    cwby-flyer Guest
    Saint Joseph of Cupertino is the patron saint of pilots. I have a medal of his on my panel.

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    robison Guest
    I wondered if it might be,since he was called the flying friar.Also heard it might be Our Lady of Lareto or Saint Therese of Lisieux. I just want to make sure I get the correct one. Sounds like a winner...if a pilot verifies.

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    SLagonia Guest
    Saint Joseph of Cupertino is indeed, the patron saint of pilots.

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    C.J. Eliassen Guest
    Chuck Yeager

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    robison Guest


    He may be the next cantidate for ainthood in the aviation catagory! Thanks all!

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    robison Guest


    I may have to get one for me too,need all the help from above I can get!
    Thanks all!

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    Canuck Guest
    Prayer to Saint Joseph of Cupertino

    Dear ecstatic Conventual Saint who patiently bore calumnies, your secret was Christ the crucified Savior who said: "When I will be lifted up I will draw all peoples to myself." You were always spiritually lifted up. Give aviators courage and protection, and may they always keep in mind your greatly uplifting example. Amen.
    Last edited by Canuck; 12-13-2004 at 22:32.

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    robison Guest



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    pilotgirl Guest
    Originally posted by Canuck
    Prayer to Saint Joseph of Cupertino

    Dear ecstatic Conventual Saint who patiently bore calumnies........
    I have absolutely no idea what that entails, but it doesn't sound like much fun

    Still, I suppose one doesn't qualify for beatification, canonisation or sainthood if one had a pretty cruisey kind of life, eh?

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    Skip Guest

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    skiebri10 Guest
    Saints Orville and Wilbur Wright

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    Canuck Guest
    Isn't Engligh great.

    So many words no-one knows.

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    BKMirage Guest
    What about Saint Sally Field, The Flying Nun

    Note: If you "got" that, you're too old to be flying!

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    robison Guest

    Sally who?

    Guillty as charged,too old to be flying. I wonder how she did that w/o getting a stiff neck! I know,I's only a TV show.Sheesh how about a bit of realism in those fantasy shows,eh?


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