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St. Louis IX, King of France CATHOLIC FIRE - August 25, 2015 ... 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, Compiégne. Louis ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/08/st-louis-ix-king-of-france.html

St. Jane Frances De Chantal, Foundress of the Order of the Visitation A CATHOLIC LIFE - August 21, 2015 ... age of 28 with one little son and three daughters. She now gave herself entirely to God and to the exercises of religion. In 1604 she first met St. Frances de Sales and soon placed herself under his direction. By the advice of this holy Bishop she determined to abandon the world, having made satisfactory provision for her children, and her son being then 15 years of age. She laid the foundation of her new "Order of the Visitation" at Annecy on Trinity Sunday in 1610, and the number of ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/4k7mqExnqRs/st-jane-frances-de-chantal-foundress-of.html

St. Jane Frances De Chantal ATONEMENTONLINE - August 11, 2015 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/2015/08/st-jane-frances-de-chantal.html

St. Jane Frances De Chantal CATHOLIC FIRE - August 11, 2015 ... her role as wife and mother and administrator of a large property which gave her a chance to practice great charity toward the poor. She set up soup kitchens and ovens to bake bread to feed the hungry of the neighborhood, she went to the homes of the sick to serve them as nurse and housekeeper, she organized a sort of relief work on a large scale, involving her servants and friends in her charitable interests. About two weeks after the birth of her sixth child, her husband, Christophe, was ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/08/st-jane-frances-de-chantal.html

Wilkerson Retired, Baron, Brennan, and O'Connell Named Los Angeles Auxiliaries CATHOLIC-HIERARCHY NEWS - July 27, 2015 Bishop Gerald Eugene Wilkerson retired and Bishop-elect Robert E. Barron , Bishop-elect Joseph Vincent Brennan , and Bishop-elect David Gerard O'Connell were named Auxiliary Bishops of Los Angeles, California, USA and titular bishops of Macriana in Mauretania , Trofimiana , and Cell Ausaille , respectively.http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Catholic-Hierarchy-News/~3/47__XllLPbE/wilkerson-retired-baron-brennan-and.html

St. Emily De Vialar, Patron of Single Women CATHOLIC FIRE - June 17, 2015 ... Augustine de Vialar and his wife Antoinette. At thirteen, she was sent to the boarding convent of Abbaye-au-Bois in Paris, but returned home two years later. Her mother had died and she was needed to perform the housekeeping duties for the family. Differences arose between Emily and her father when she refused a marriage proposal. She had made a private vow to consecrate her life to God as a virgin. Emily had a vision of our Lord pointing to the wounds of His passion, which moved her deeply ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2015/06/st-emily-de-vialar-patron-of-single.html

Are They Now Extinct...? TIGERISH WATERS - May 23, 2015 Are true Conservatives a thing of distant memory? Have they died out completely? Where are men like Baron Hailsham who wrote in 1963: Our country is being destroyed before our eyes by a conspiracy of intellectuals without faith, delinquents without honour, muckrackers without charity or compassion, young men who are incapable of dreaming dreams, and old men who have never known what it is to see visions. In the public life of today a public man is mocked when he speaks ...http://tigerishwaters.blogspot.com/2015/05/are-they-now-extinct.html

Movies for Lent and Easter (Off the Beaten Path) BLOG BY-THE-SEA - May 17, 2015 http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blog-by-the-sea/~3/jf4mhnqt7KE/movies-for-lent-and-easter-off-the-beaten-path.html

Briefly Reviewed: To the Last Man by Jeff Shaara DARWINCATHOLIC - May 14, 2015 ... Corps. All of these are real historical characters on whom Shaara clearly did his research. The structure of the book can be a little odd. It breaks into two halves, with the first half almost exclusively dealing with the air war and the two flying ace characters. The second half deals with the last year of the land war from a primarily American perspective. As such, this is very much an American view of the war, even though we have some French characters in Lufbery's sections and of course we ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2015/05/briefly-reviewed-the-last-man-by-jeff.html

What Are You Doing Right Now? ARE WE THERE YET? - May 13, 2015 ... for "Baron." (We assume Baron was a dog, but the mythology around here has developed a whole other story...) Now, then, follow down this way -- through the meadow past the old studio... There's Gabe up there. Follow him down this path. Look out for stinging nettle! See how the nettle grows a bit thick through here? Not a good place for flipflops and shorts! But the path gets friendlier over the hill. The grass is soft and green here. Now... Up and around this ...http://arewethereyet-davisfarmmom.blogspot.com/2015/05/what-are-you-doing-right-now.html