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St. Louis IX, King of France CATHOLIC FIRE - August 25, 2016 ... possessions. Then he ordered the fine to be used for charity. Louis was a loving and generous king. The poorest of the poor were recipients of his charity and alms everyday. Beggars were fed from his table, he ate their leavings, washed their feet, and ministered to the needs of the lepers. Daily, he fed 120 poor people. He founded many hospitals and houses: the House of the Felles-Dieu for reformed prostitutes; the Quinze-Vingt for 300 blind men (1254), and hospitals at Pontoise, Vernon, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/08/st-louis-ix-king-of-france.html

Saint of the Day: Jane Frances De Chantel DA MIHI ANIMAS - August 12, 2016 ... Jeanne was 18 months old. Married in 1592 at age twenty to Baron de Chantal. Mother of four. Widowed at 28 when the Baron was killed in a hunting accident and died in her arms. Taking a personal vow of chastity, she was forced to live with her father-in-law, which was a period of misery for her. She spent her free time in prayer, and received a vision of the man who would become her spiritual director. In Lent, 1604, she met Saint Francis de Sales, and ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/08/saint-of-day-jane-frances-de-chantel.html

7QT: Jen Fulwiler, Ben Hur, Back to School, Saints CATHOLIC FIRE - August 12, 2016 http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/08/7qt-jen-fulwiler-ben-hur-back-to-school.html

St. Jane Frances De Chantal ATONEMENTONLINE - August 11, 2016 St. Jane Frances de Chantal was born in 1572 and came from a noble family. Her father gave her in marriage to the Baron von Chantal in 1592. She was a loving wife and mother, and she brought up her children as faithful Catholics, teaching them the importance of obeying God's laws, and always showing kindness to others. She was extremely generous to the poor, and she made a personal vow that she would never turn away anybody who was in need. Her family was a very happy one, ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2016/08/st-jane-frances-de-chantal.html

"Va-T'en, Satan!" TEA AT TRIANON - August 11, 2016 ... things that bishops' conferences have said about politics and economics could be wary of clerics on the public platform, if not the scaffold. But the fever that makes priests targets for irrational frustration never seems to abate. For the patron saint of parish priests, John Vianney, the priesthood is purely and simply "the love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus." That love incarnated in a consecrated man is why those who hate that love hate priests. Nietzsche set in motion the infernal wheels of ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2016/08/va-ten-satan.html

EWTN Press Release: Sneak Peek Season Preview CONNECTICUT CATHOLIC CORNER - August 11, 2016 http://connecticutcatholiccorner.blogspot.com/2016/08/ewtn-press-release-sneak-peek-season.html

Our Lady of Mount Carmel CATHOLIC HOTDISH - July 14, 2016 ... many of the other monks, and Mary promised that whoever wore the scapular would be given the gift of perseverance. Furthermore, she promised that whoever was wearing a scapular at the time of death would be released from Purgatory the first Saturday after their death. The promises at first were understood to be reserved to the members of the Carmelite religious order, but later the promises were extended to members of the laity. An adapted form of the scapular was developed for lay use, two ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicHotdish/~3/3wC8rIdLdoM/

St. Emily De Vialar CATHOLIC LIGHT - RADICAL FAITH & TRUST - June 17, 2016 St. Emily de Vialar : Emily, born in Gaillac, France, in 1797, was the daughter of Baron James de Vialar and Antoinette de Portal. She was educated in Paris, but returned home when she was 15 after the death of her mother. Life with her domineering father was extremely difficult, particularly when she refused to marry, and it is said …http://tsahaylu.blogspot.com/2016/06/st-emily-de-vialar.html