Arianism 15 May 2019

Arianism Arius (Areios) (260, Líbia - 336, Konstantinápoly) püspök, az arianizmus tanának szellemi létrehozója. See page for author [Public domain] Arianism is a nontrinitarian Christological doctrine which asserts the belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God who was begotten by God the Father at a point in time, a creature distinct from the [...]

Our Lenten journey culminates in the vigil’s powerful catechesis | National Catholic Reporter

Photo by Bill WittmanIn 2005 and 2004 the homilies given here for late Lent were something of a summons to the assembly to fulfill their right, duty and need to take part in the liturgies of the Triduum, always hoping that those liturgies would be done in their fullness, with the full, conscious and very [...]

St. Severian 21 Feb. Bishop of Scythopolis

February 21st - As bishop of Scythopolis, Palestine (Bet She'an, Israel), Severian zealously defended the teachings of the Church at the Council of Chalcedon in 451, refuting the Monophysite heretics who denied that Christ had two natures (divine and human). The council defined the dogma that Christ is both true God and true man. About [...]

Saints of March 11

Calendar for March - wikipedia Saint Vindicianus (Vindician) ((in French) Vindicien) (c. 632-c. 712) was a bishop of Cambrai-Arras. His feast day is 11 March. He is called a spiritual follower of Saint Eligius(Saint Eloi). Traditionally, his birthplace is given as Bullecourt, near Bapaume. This is the birthplace indicated in the documents dating much later than the saint's death, but which claim to reproduce an ancient [...]

St. Frances of Rome

The saint of today is Saint Frances of Rome (or Saint Francesca Romana) (b. Rome, 1384 – d. Rome, March 9, 1440), like many saints, was born of wealthy Italian parents. Antonniazzo - Public domain When she was eleven years old, St. Frances decided to be a nun, but within two years her parents married [...]

St.David of Wales 1 March

St. David Patron Saint of Wales St. David's Day is marked every year on the anniversary of his death, it is not a public holiday, though many traditions have developed around the date.{Wolfgang Sauber} it has been celebrated regularly since David was canonised by Pope Callixtus II in the 12th century, with various customs developing. [...]

Feb 24 Sts of the day

February 24 Saint Matthias; Montanus and Lucius; Paul Shinji Sasaki; Philip Lindel Tsen; Praetextatus of Rouen;https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Saints/Saint_of_the_day/February Saint Matthias; please click the image for his information Saint Matthias Workshop of Simone Martini • Public domain Paul Shinji Sasaki;  ...The cost of resistance to and non-cooperation with the government's religious policies was public criticism by prominent lay and ordained members [...]

Celtic – St Fionán (d. 661)-Feb 17

Saint Finian of Clonard Fionán was an Irish monk who accompanied Aidan from the island Iona of west Scotland to Lindisfarne, an island off north-east England (image). He succeeded him there as abbot. Bede called him “learned and prudent”: he was able to manage the tensions that emerged between the Celtic and Roman ritual expressions of Christianity [...]

 Blessed Luke Belludi OFM (c 1200- c 1285)

Sts. Peter and Paulhttps://anastpaul.wordpress.com Blessed Luke Belludi OFM In 1220, Saint Anthony (1195-1231) was preaching conversion to the inhabitants of Padua when a young nobleman, Luke Belludi, came up to him and humbly asked to receive the habit of the followers of Saint Francis.   Anthony liked the talented, well-educated Luke and personally recommended him to [...]

St. Giles Mary of St. Joseph

Saint Giles Mary of Saint Joseph’s Story Italiano: Effigie di F. Egidio da S. Giuseppe Laico professo de' Minori Scalzi, opera di Giuseppe Gnaccarini da un disegno di Giuseppe Rossi In the same year that a power-hungry Napoleon Bonaparte led his army into Russia, Giles Mary of Saint Joseph ended a life of humble service [...]