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Dr. Cara Jessup (Julianne Moore) has made a career out of defying the notion of multiple personality disorders. In the courtroom her views and testimonies as an expert witness against multiple personality disorders have resulted in the death sentence of more than half a dozen murderers. Cara is devoted to science but even her husband's horrific murder did not cause Cara to lose her faith in God. Not so for her young daughter Samantha a committed unbeliever. After a particularly troubling court case Cara's father Dr. Harding introduces her to his new patient – Adam (Jonathan Rhys Meyers). The more she unearths about Adam the more her life and those closest to her are endangered. As she explores Adam's past Cara's world begins to fall apart and she is forced to question her strong beliefs in science and in God. Racing against the clock to solve the mystery surrounding Adam Cara must not lose faith or it could have grave consequences for her and her family.
All Religious Medals are Customizable. We can change the spelling, your language, names etc, ex change 'Pray for Us' to 'Pray For Me'. Just let us know in 'special instructions' if you would like it for a charm bracelet, request a split ring instead of a bail in the 'special instructions' Saint Ubald of Gubbio Italian Ubald Latin Ubaldus French Ubalde ca. 10841160 is venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church. He was bishop of Gubbio, in Umbria. Saint Ubaldo Day is still celebrated at Gubbio in his honor, as well as at Jessup, Pennsylvania. Born Ubaldo Baldassini of noble parents at Gubbio, Ubald lost his father while still very young. He was educated by the prior of the cathedral church of his native city, where he also became a canon regular. Saint Sperandia was a relative of Ubald. He felt a vocation to become a monk, and entered to the Monastery of St. Secondo in the same city, where he remained for some years. Recalled by his bishop, he returned to the cathedral monastery, where he was made prior. Having heard that at Vienna Blessed Peter de Honestis some years before had established a very fervent community of canons regular, to whom he had given special statutes which had been approved by Paschal II, Ubald went there, remaining with his brother canons for three months, to learn the details and the practice of their rules, wishing to introduce them among his own canons of Gubbio. This he did at his return. He earned a reputation for piety, poverty for all his rich patrimony he had given to the poor and to the restoration of monasteries, humility, mortification, meekness, and fervour, and the fame of his holiness spread in the country, and several bishoprics were offered to him, but he refused them all. Ubald is said to have prevented Frederick Barbarossa from sacking Gubbio as the emperor had sacked Spoleto in 1155. However, the episcopal See of Gubbio becoming vacant, he was sent, with some clerics, by the population to ask for a new bishop from Honoriu