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St. Clare of Montefalco: Bearer of the Cross of Christ JEAN M. HEIMANN - August 16, 2017 ... say that she bore that Cross in her heart. After her death, a post-mortem examination revealed that her heart did indeed contain a representation of the Cross and other symbols of Christ's suffering and death. The remains of St. Clare of Montefalco are at the Augustinian Convent in Montefalco. The post St. Clare of Montefalco: Bearer of the Cross of Christ appeared first on Jean M. Heimann ...http://www.jeanmheimann.com/2017/08/st-clare-montefalco-bearer-cross-christ/

Saint Clare of Assisi, Virgin and Foundress BIG C CATHOLICS - August 10, 2017 ... on the cardinals, bishops and popes who sought her consultation and advice. Saint Clare died peacefully of natural causes on August 11th, 1253. She was canonized two years after her death by Pope Alexander IV. She is the patroness of eye disorders and television among others. O God, who in your mercy led Saint Clare to a love of poverty, grant, through her intercession, that, following Christ in poverty of spirit, we may duly merit to contemplate you one day in the heavenly Kingdom. Through ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/08/saint-clare-of-assisi-virgin-and.html

St Mildred and a Monastery That Has Outlived the Vikings, Danes, Henry VIII and Mr Hitler THE HERMENEUTIC OF CONTINUITY - July 13, 2017 ... of Ethelbert (who was baptised by St Augustine of Canterbury), and Abbess of Minster. Over the centuries, Minster Abbey has proved resilient, being refounded after Thanet had been plundered by the Vikings, and again later after the Danish invasion. King Canute granted the property to the monks of St Augustine's Canterbury in 1027 and the tomb of St Mildred became a place of pilgrimage. Goscelin described St Mildred as "the fairest lily of the English, the one jewel of our ...http://the-hermeneutic-of-continuity.blogspot.com/2017/07/st-mildred-and-monastery-that-has.html

St. Hildegard of Bingen-Catholic Summer Reading Group Keeps Us Engaged BROOKLYN BORN BELIEVER - June 9, 2017 ... didn't realize what this would entail. Oh well, I figured she's a doctor of the church, how can I go wrong, but secular writers highlight different things in saints' lives then theologians would. But anyway, everyone seems to be enjoying the book. I didn't know much about Hildegard which is why I was happy to read about her. I find the saints' very inspiring. We've read about St. Catherine of Siena, St. Teresa of Avila and now St. Hildegard. Since there are 4 women Doctors, next summer (God ...http://brooklyn-born-believer.blogspot.com/2017/06/st-hildegard-of-bingen-catholic-summer.html

ROCOR Synod Meets in Munich BYZANTINE, TEXAS - June 9, 2017 http://byztex.blogspot.com/2017/06/rocor-synod-meets-in-munich.html

Benedictine Spirituality Is Simple COMMUNIO - May 26, 2017 Lady Abbess Benedict Duss (+2005) of Regina Laudis in a 1998 conference with the Core Oblates of the Abbey that may be of interest to those who live –or try to live– according the Rule of Benedict: "Benedictine Spirituality is very elusive, because it is so simple. We have great aspirations, which can cause us to lose sight of the simple, and achievement is not helped, thereof."http://communio.stblogs.org/index.php/2017/05/benedictine-spirituality-is-simple/