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OT: Anxiety and Saints

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    #16
    Re: OT: Anxiety and Saints

    St. Jude is a fabulous saint to choose! Congrats!

    If you or your son is interested, there is a charming old black and white movie about St. Joseph Cupertino called The Reluctant Saint. Perhaps not now, since he's finally decided, but someday!
    Amanda - Mama to three crazy boys (7A, 6M, 2), classics major

    "Non nisi te, Domine. Non nisi te" - St. Thomas Aquinas

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      #17
      Re: OT: Anxiety and Saints

      Saint Jude is a great one!

      ALL of my 8th graders have struggled with picking a saint this year in our co-op. One keeps trying to figure out if he can choose 3, haha! It's a common problem in a very introspective, identify-finding time. Though of course the autism/anxiety is making things much harder for your son! I hope things continue to go smoothly with the Confirmation prep

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