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Blessed Humbert of Romans: 5th Dominican Master A CATHOLIC LIFE - November 24, 2016 ... Romans-sur-lsere, France in 1190 AD, little is known with certainty of Blessed Humbert's early life. Blessed Humbert studied canon law at the University of Paris. On November 30, 1224, Blessed Humbert, known for his piety, joined the Dominican Order, although he had for some time considered following his brother into the Carthusian Order. After entering the Order of Preachers, Blessed Humbert was appointed as a Lector of Theology at the Dominican Priory in Lyon in 1226, and in 1237 he became ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/myST/~3/JpPdFjJTykY/blessed-humbert-of-romans-5th-dominican.html

November 11 - St. Martin of Tours FATHER BILL DINGA'S BLOG - November 11, 2016 + Martin of Tours was born to pagan parents in the early fourth century. His father was a Roman military officer and tribune. He discovered Christianity and became a catechumen in his early teens. He joined the Roman imperial army at age 15, serving in a ceremonial unit that acted as the emperor's bodyguard, rarely exposing him to combat. Then he became a cavalry officer, and assigned to garrison duty in France. Martin was baptized into the Church at age 18. Just before ...http://fatherbill1975.blogspot.com/2016/11/november-11-st-martin-of-tours.html

St. Elizabeth of the Trinity CATHOLIC FIRE - November 8, 2016 ... Trinity, a French discalced Carmelite nun, a mystic, a spiritual director, and a spiritual writer. She is the patron saint of sick people and of the loss of parents. Elizabeth was born on July 18, 1880 in a military camp in the diocese of Bourges, France to Captain Joseph Catez and Marie Catez. Her father died when she was just seven, leaving her mother to raise Elizabeth and her sister. Elizabeth was a determined, energetic, and popular young ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/11/st-elizabeth-of-trinity.html

Saint Elizabeth of the Trinity MOUNT CARMEL - November 8, 2016 ... soul and invites us to do the same. She was born July 18, 1880 in a military camp of Avor in the district of Farges-en-Septaine, France to a military family. Her father, Joseph Catez, was a captain of the 8th Squadron of the Equipment and Maintenance Corps. Her mother, Marie Rolland, was the daughter of a retired Commandant. The couple was blessed with two lovely daughters, Elizabeth and Marguerite. The family moved to Dijon in 1882. As a child, Elizabeth was ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/MountCarmel/~3/oQs1Xajg4bI/feast-day-november-8-carmelite-order.html

Optional Memorial of St. Anthony Mary Claret, Bishop BIG C CATHOLICS - October 23, 2016 October 24th, is the optional memorial of Saint Anthony Claret, (1807-1870) the 19th century Spanish bishop, missionary and social reformer, who founded the Order of the Missionary Sons of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, known as the Claretians. His consequential ministry saw him spread the Good News of Christ throughout the world from Europe to Cuba, the Canary Islands and the First Vatican Council, where he was a stanch defender of papal infallibility. He ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/10/optional-memorial-of-st-anthony-mary.html

The Christopher Behind Columbus PHAT CATHOLIC APOLOGETICS - October 10, 2016 ... when he was asleep in his cabin he heard a Child's voice cry out, 'Christopher, Christopher. Come and set me across the river!' So out he came, staff in hand and took the infant on his shoulders. As he waded across, the Child's weight so increased that it was all he could do to keep from stumbling and falling, but he reached the other bank safely. 'Well, now my lad,' said he, 'thou hast put me in great danger, for thy burden waxed so great that had I borne the whole world on my back it could ...http://phatcatholic.blogspot.com/2016/10/the-christopher-behind-columbus.html

St. Thérése the Little Flower NO HANDS BUT YOURS - October 1, 2016 ... joined two of her older sisters in the cloistered Carmelites community of Lisieux, Normandy. St. Thérése of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face, O.C.D. (Order of Discalced Carmelites, so the nuns were barefoot has been widely venerated in modern times and is popularly known as "The Little Flower of Jesus" or simply, "The Little Flower." She is known though as the Saint of the "little way" or simplicity and practicality which was her approach to the spiritual life. This ...http://nohandsbutyours.blogspot.com/2016/10/st-therese-little-flower.html

Bishop Fintan Monahan Ordained As Bishop of Killaloe in Ennis Cathedral CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 26, 2016 ... decides to come to Ireland as part of the World of Meeting of Family celebration which will take place in Dublin on 22 – 26 August 2018, but I will have another opportunity to speak to Pope Francis during the Irish bishop's Ad Limina visit to Rome in January, please God." Bishop Monahan said, "As bishop of the diocese here in Killaloe there will be many challenges, priorities and points of focus, vocations promotion, care of the clergy, faith renewal, evangelization, continuing and ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/bishop-fintan-monahan-ordained-as.html

The Façade of Assisi Cathedral: Guest Article by Julian Kwasniewski NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 23, 2016 The Cathedral of St Rufino in Assisi, the third church to be built on the same site, was begun in 1140 A.D., about 40 years before St Francis was born. It is perhaps less visited than the major Franciscan sites in the city, but it was certainly very important in the early history of the Order. It was while hearing Francis preach in the church (where they were both had been baptized as children, along with many of their early followers) that Clare decided to follow him in ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/2tfXuObPySE/the-facade-of-assisi-cathedral-guest.html

Addiction: A Spiritual Problem That Needs a Spiritual Solution* ┬áVENERABLE MATT TALBOT RESOURCE CENTER - September 1, 2016 The source of this very thoughtful homily given at St. Aidan's Cathedral, Enniscorthy on 31st July 2016 is http://www.staidanscathedral.ie/reflection/sunday-31st-july-2016 Dear friends. I would like to share a few thoughts this week on addiction. I do so not only because it is topical and relevant to our society today but because it is found in the Gospel story this weekend of the man who wasn't contented with his rich harvest but wanted an even greater ...http://venerablematttalbotresourcecenter.blogspot.com/2016/09/addiction-spiritual-problem-that-needs_23.html

Optional Memorial of Saint Louis IX, King of France BIG C CATHOLICS - August 24, 2016 August 25th, is the Optional Memorial of Saint Louis IX, (1214 – 1270) the French King known for his personal holiness and wise rule. As a monarch, he dedicated himself to the concerns of his kingdom and those of Christendom. Accounts of his life hold that Luis ministered to the poor and the sick, often personally tending to their needs. People from every walk of life sought his assistance. He was a tertiary of the Order of the Holy Trinity and Captives ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2016/08/optional-memorial-of-saint-louis-ix.html

Don Bosco's Popes: St. Pius X DA MIHI ANIMAS - August 21, 2016 The following comes from SDB.org: Joseph Sarto was born at Riese (Treviso) on 2nd June 1835. He was elected Pope on 4th August 1903. He died on 20th August 1914 and was canonised on 29th May 1954. Not just as Pope, but also as priest, bishop and patriarch, he gave evidence of his good will towards the Salesian Society When he was a Canon, he met with the Founder in Turin on 15th August 1875; he sat at table with the Saint, was enrolled amongst the ...http://salesianity.blogspot.com/2016/08/don-boscos-popes-st-pius-x.html