Original Karl Demetz
Saint Camillo de Lellis Figurine Models
Hand carved in Maple wood and hand painted by professional artists. Made in Italy. St Camillo de Lellis Figurine is available in various sizes and finishes.
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Feastday: July 14
When did St. Camillo de Lellis live: in the sixteenth century
Biography of St. Camillo de Lellis:
St. Camillus de Lellis was an addicted Italian gambler who fought against the Turks. Because he was broke, he became a Capuchin novice. He especially cared for the sick and soon became director of the St. Giacomo Hospital in Rome. After his ordination to the priesthood, he founded his own congregation with two companions, called the Ministers of the Sick. After having preached to the sick of several hospitals and having founded a new house in Naples, he retired because of health issues. He died in 1607 and was canonized in 1746.
Patronage: St. Camillo de Lellis is patron saint of the doctors and the sick
Statues and wooden sculptures representing St. Camillo de Lellis- representation, imagery and emblem: St. Camillo de Lellis is shown as a priest with book.
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