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ShareSt. Francis of Paola was a humble man of god, a hermit who spent six years in a remote sea cave near Paola, on Italy’s southern seacoast. He founded the Hermits of St. Francis of Assisi, a contemplative order approved by the Holy See in 1474. In the year 1492, the year Christopher Columbus discovered [...]