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Pilgrimage to St. Ailbe's Church, Emly THE CATHOLIC HERITAGE ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND - July 24, 2017 ... Aquitainerecords that Pope Celestine sent Palladius in 431 "to the Scots believing in Christ, to be their first bishop" We know of four pre-Patrician Saints of Ireland, St. Ailbe of Emly, St. Declan of Ard More, St. Ciaran or Abban and St. Ibar. In the life of St. Declan he is "secundus Patricius et patronus Mumenie" a second Patrick and Patron of Munster. The Rule of St. Ailbe, a rule of life for his monks, is still extant in 58 verses: Let him be steady, let him not be restless, let him be ...http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com/2017/07/pilgrimage-to-st-ailbes-church-emly.html

When Saint Benedict Met Totila, King of the Goths GLORIA ROMANORUM - July 12, 2017 ... July 11 is the feast day of Saint Benedict, it seems fitting to present Pope Gregory's description of this extraordinary encounter: In the time of the Goths, when Totila, their king, understood that the holy man had the spirit of prophecy, as he was going towards his monastery, he remained in a place somewhat far off, and beforehand sent the father word of his coming: to whom answer was returned, that he might come at his pleasure. The king, as he was a man wickedly disposed, ...http://gloriaromanorum.blogspot.com/2017/07/when-saint-benedict-met-totila-king-of.html

English Benedictines in the Sacrament of the Present Moment MONKS AND MERMAIDS (A BENEDICTINE BLOG) - June 24, 2017 ... comparison between the external details of their different life-styles would be superficial and could lead to wrong conclusions. It is not surprising that the French Jesuit de Caussade became the facourite spiritual guide for so many English Benedictines. I learnt the basic principles of his spirituality after reading Thomas Merton from Father Luke Waring in my last year in school; and it was this that persuaded me to be a monk of Belmont rather than a Cistercian. Father Luke learnt this ...http://fatherdavidbirdosb.blogspot.com/2017/06/such-m-ixed-bag-as-english-benedictine.html

The Curious Tale of Florentius and the Bear ~ Early 6th Century Italy GLORIA ROMANORUM - June 7, 2017 ... again": which charge he took upon him, and did daily come home at that hour: and so he performed the office of a good shepherd, and those sheep, which before time he used to devour, now fasting himself, he took care to have them safely kept. Florentius became famous for his virtue and holy mode of life, and maintained his friendship with his shepherd, Brother Bear. Unfortunately, some became jealous of him: Four of Euthicius' monks, swelling with envy that their master wrought not any ...http://gloriaromanorum.blogspot.com/2017/06/the-curious-tale-of-florentius-and-bear.html

St. Senchel of Clane and Killeigh THE CATHOLIC HERITAGE ASSOCIATION OF IRELAND - April 25, 2017 ... Britanus from Britain, Cerrui, from Armenia. All these I invoke unto my aid through Jesus Christ." And again: —" The twelve Conchennaighi, with the two Senchells in Cill Achaidh, I invoke unto my aid through Jesus Christ." (IE. Record, May, 1867.) The learned editor of this litany (which he copied from a MS. in the archives of St. Isidore's at Rome), in a note on the eight monastic rules of the early Irish Saints extant, writes as follows "We may add that we have ourselves discovered ...http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com/2009/03/st-senchel-of-clane-and-killeigh.html