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St. Agnes of Assisi: Co-Founder of the Poor Clares CATHOLIC FIRE - November 19, 2014 ... of Assisi (Catarina di Favarone) according to the Franciscan calendar. She is the younger of sister of Saint Clare of Assisi, and Abbess of the Poor Ladies of Assisi, and co-foundress of the Poor Clares. Born in Assisi, Catarina was the youngest daughter of Count Favorino Scifi and Countess Hortulana (now Blessed). Catarina was later named Agnes by St. Francis of Assisi when she became a nun. Catarina was a beautiful girl who was gentle, prayerful, and kind. On March 18, 1212, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/11/st-agnes-of-assisi-co-founder-of-poor.html

St. Eloise? ALIENS IN THIS WORLD - November 13, 2014 ... of the Benedictine abbey at Coulombs.) After Hugues' death, she had decided to donate three parish churches (at Lainville, Montreuil-sur-Epte, Montalet-le-Bois, and Megrimont) to the abbey at Coulombs in 1033, as well as her part of the forest at Jambville. (Which gift was confirmed by the new count, Galeran, who was Hugues' brother.) Coulumbs had just been founded back in 1029, so this was a good gift. As usual with monasteries, Notre-Dame des Coulumbs kept all these documents in their ...http://suburbanbanshee.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/st-eloise/

New Photos From the Abbey! ANA BRAGA-HENEBRY'S JOURNAL - November 4, 2014 Oh, so happy to see Sister Marta's smile !! This is the occasion of the first vows of the other novice, also named Marta. My sister (white veil in last photo) is holding Mother Abbess's Staff! May God bless the newly professed sister and all of the sisters!http://anabragahenebrysjournal.blogspot.com/2014/11/new-photos-from-abbey.html

St. Hedwig of Silesia A CATHOLIC LIFE - October 16, 2014 ... canonized by Clement IV, 26 March, 1267, and on 25 August of the same year her remains were raised to the honours of the altar." Prayer: O God, You taught blessed Hedwig to turn from the attractions of the world to follow Your cross humbly and devotedly. May her merits and example teach us to spurn the passing pleasures of this earth and overcome all our difficulties by embracing Your cross; who lives and rules with God the Father . . . Sources: Saint Andrew Daily Missal and the Marian Missal ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/GTsLAH7eFOw/st-hedwig-of-silesia.html

A Visit to Minster, the Abbey, and My New Satnav THE HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY - September 21, 2014 ... significant for English Catholicism since St Augustine landed in the parish, and monastic life began there in the late seventh century. The first Abbess of the associated nunnery was St Mildred, and the remains of the Saxon Abbey are still part of what is now the Benedictine Abbey of Minster, making it the oldest inhabited house in England. I was taken to Minster for Sunday lunch today (" The Corner House " if you are interested - excellent family-run restaurant) and had a ...http://the-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.com/2014/09/a-visit-to-minster-abbey-and-my-new.html

Celebrating Hildegard CREO EN DIOS! - September 17, 2014 ... Robert Bellarmine, who is also celebrated today, see Fr. Robert Araujo's Mirror of Justice post here ...http://susanjoan.wordpress.com/2014/09/17/celebrating-hildegard/

St. Winifred's Well, Well, Well.... ASK SISTER MARY MARTHA - August 28, 2014 http://asksistermarymartha.blogspot.com/2014/08/st-winifreds-well-well-well.html

Maria, Abbatissa Nostra VULTUS CHRISTI - August 15, 2014 Our Lady, Our Abbess, Our Queen Writing in an essay in the book Priez sans cesse – 300 ans de prière , (Desclée de Brouwer, Editeur, Paris, 1953, p. 177), Dom Jean Leclercq, O.S.B. demonstrates that a Benedictine devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, under the title of Abbess, was not uncommon in the Middle Ages. Originating in monasteries of the Cluniac obedience, devotion to the Blessed Virgin as Abbess was also not ...http://vultus.stblogs.org/index.php/2014/08/maria-abbatissa-nostra/

St. Clare of Assisi ATONEMENTONLINE - August 10, 2014 ... of Jesus Christ in the Blessed Sacrament, the invaders ran away, and the sisters were safe. In 1958 Pope Pius XII designated St. Clare as the patron saint of television. One Christmas Eve, when she was too sick to get up from her bed to get to Mass, she was very disappointed. She prayed that God would allow her to take part in the Mass. Although she was more than a mile away she saw Mass on the wall of her dormitory. So clear was the vision that the next day she could name the friars at the ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2014/08/st-clare-of-assisi.html