Who Was St. Cajetan?

Saint Cajetan (1480-1547), the founder of the Theatine Order, was an early promoter of the Blue Scapular, which has since become a sacramental near and dear to the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception.

Those who wear the Blue Scapular declare solemnly to avoid sin and to live in union with God, with Mary Immaculate as their model.

But this is not all that St. Cajetan is known for.

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