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Saint Expedite-8in Statue, Candle and Oil Set. Quick Results, Fast Cash

Saint Expedite is a powerful and efficacious spirit, turned to throughout the globe for quick results and material intercession, especially in the case of emergencies. Most famed for delivering fast cash and bringing a swift end to lawsuits and bureaucratic nonsense, he can also be called upon to expedite the results of other magical work and prayed to for all manner of manifest results.


If you’re looking to work with Expedite, it’s likely the case that you already know what you want or need help with and are ready to dive right in. Even if you don’t, you can still set up an altar and present offerings to him on Wednesdays to start seeding the relationship and building rapport for when the time comes. He’s a great spirit to keep on retainer and can be a motivating, energizing influence to share space with.


Who was Saint Expedite?


It is believed he lived in the fourth century. He was a Roman soldier. This is why most images of Expedite show him dressed in clothes like a soldier.


As a soldier, he learned about Christianity. He decided he wanted to convert to Christianity and devote his life to this new faith.


As soon as he had made that decision the devil appeared before him in the form of a crow. The devil demanded that he delay his decision to join the Christian faith until the next day.

Expedite refused and firmly stated he would become a Christian today.


This is why images show Saint Expedite stepping on a crow. He is killing procrastination.

“Hodie” is the Latin word for “today”. The word “Hodie” can be seen on the cross he is holding.

“Cras” is the Latin word for “tomorrow”. The word “Cras” can be seen on the banner connected to the crow.


Basically, this sends out a powerful message; the saint is crushing tomorrow and replacing it with today.


Some places in Germany may be pointing to a clock instead, though stepping on the crow is most common.


The palm branch he holds in one hand is a symbol of martyrdom.

According to hearsay, he was martyred on April 19, 303 in Melitene.

Just like Saint Christopher, Saint Valentine, and many others, Saint Expedite has been removed from the official calendar of Roman Catholic saints.


These saints were removed from the official calendar because their death date cannot be verified.

His removal from the calendar has not resulted in a decline in his popularity. On the contrary, this saint is gaining more followers by the day.


Saint Expedite is extremely popular in Brazil. Hundreds of thousands celebrate his feast day every year.


In New Orleans Saint Expedite has a stronghold. In Louisiana, he has been taken to heart in Creole Voodoo communities.


His popularity is spreading fast across the United States. It seems thousands of non-Catholics are turning to Saint Expedite for fast solutions to their challenges.


Many of his devotees claim you do not have to be a Catholic get urgent help from this saint.


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Saint Expedite-8in Statue, Candle and Oil Set. Quick Results, Fast Cash

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