Who better to call upon than Judie Brown, president of the American Life League and author of “Saving Those Damned Catholics,” to learn more about Ursula Veronica Giuliani, otherwise known as St. Veronica, who lived during the 17th century.
“ ‘Do justice, God sees you.’ So were the words of the first famous Giuliani, a saint in the Roman Catholic Church [. . .] born in Urbino, Italy, in 1660,” notes Mrs. Brown, who points out that the saint’s guidance appears to have had little impact on today’s most famous Giuliani — former New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, who is seeking the Republican nomination for president.
Mr. Giuliani “claims to be Catholic, but is pro-abortion,” notes Mrs. Brown, which she says could further contribute to a “credibility problem” and prevent him from ever being elected president.
St. Veronica joined the Poor Clares convent in 1677 and shortly thereafter reported seeing visions of Christ. She then began experiencing stigmata, which was recorded during numerous medical examinations. She wrote about her religious experiences in the 10-volume “Diary of Passion.”
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada is promoting July 28 as “National Day of the American Cowboy.”