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St. Sixtus II and His Deacons ATONEMENTONLINE - August 6, 2017 ... long. Early in August of 258, while Sixtus was teaching from his episcopal chair, surrounded by four of his seven deacons and with a congregation of the faithful gathered to hear him, Roman soldiers burst in, arresting Sixtus and the deacons who were there. They dragged him off to force him to offer incense to the pagan gods, which of course he would not do. He was then returned to the place where he had been arrested, thrust brutally onto his chair, and was beheaded on the ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/08/st-sixtus-ii-and-his-deacons.html

Feast of the Finding of Saint Stephen's Relics BIG C CATHOLICS - August 2, 2017 [Traditionally, this feast day was celebrated August 3rd.] The second festival in honor of the holy protomartyr St. Stephen was instituted by the Church on the occasion of the discovery of his precious remains. His body lay long concealed, under the ruins of an old tomb, in place twenty miles from Jerusalem, called Caphargamala, where stood a church served by a venerable priest named Lucian. In the year 415, on Friday, the 3d of December, about nine o'clock ...http://www.bigccatholics.com/2017/08/feast-of-finding-of-st-stephens-relics.html

Summer Book Club! The Well, Part 7... LIFE OF A CATHOLIC LIBRARIAN - August 2, 2017 ... Epilogue. We'll be discussing next Wednesday! *heart in ...http://www.lifeofacatholiclibrarian.com/2017/08/summer-book-club-well-part-7.html

Dueling and the Church DARWINCATHOLIC - July 11, 2017 ... Dueling, formalized private combat between two people to settle some dispute of law or honor, had deep roots in the Germanic and then Medieval culture in Europe, and the Church spoke out against it early and often. The Catholic Encyclopedia lists the Church's opposition as follows : St. Avitus (d. 518) made an earnest protest against the law of the above-mentioned Gundobald, as is related by Agobard (d. 840), who in a special work on the subject points out the opposition between the law of ...http://darwincatholic.blogspot.com/2017/07/dueling-and-church.html