Butler's Lives of the Saints, Volum 3
Liturgical Press, 1995 - 293 pàgines
For more than two centuries, "Butler's" has been one of the best known, most widely consulted hagiographies. In its brief and authoritative entries, readers can find a wealth of knowledge on the lives and deeds of the saints, as well as their ecclesiastical and historical importance since canonization.
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ST JOHN DE BREBEUF martyr
ST CYRIL OF JERUSALEM bishop and doctor
ST CUTHBERT bishop
St Nicholas Owen martyr
St Hildelith abbess
St Peter of Sebaste bishop
ST JOHN OGILVIE martyr
St Sophronius patriarch of Jerusalem
St Pionius martyr
St Hesychius of Jerusalem
St Stephen of Mar Saba
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Pàgina 245 - Jesus. He will be great, and will be called the Son of the Most High; and the Lord God will give him the throne of his father David, and he will reign over the house of Jacob for ever; and of his kingdom there will be no end.
Pàgina 90 - Have we any right to take it strange if, in this English land, the spring-time of the Church should turn out to be an English spring : an uncertain, anxious time of hope and fear, of joy and suffering, of bright promise and budding hopes, yet withal of keen blasts, and cold showers, and sudden storms?
Pàgina 166 - York, on the 16th of March, 1588-9. Dr. Champney, in his manuscript history, " ad annum Elizab., 31," gives the following account of them. 'This year, on the 1 6th of March, John Amias and Robert Dalby, priests of the college of Douay, suffered at York, as in cases of high treason, for no other cause but that they were priests, ordained by the authority of the see of Rome, and had returned into England, and exercised there their priestly functions for the benefit of the souls of their neighbours....
Pàgina 247 - For a union of two natures was made, and therefore we confess One Christ, One Son, One Lord. And it is with reference to this notion of a union without confusion that we proclaim the holy Virgin to be the mother of God, because God the Word was made flesh and became man, and by the act of conception united to Himself the temple that He received from her. For we perceive that two natures, by an inseparable union, met together in Him without confusion, and indivisibly.
Pàgina 65 - Margaret R. Miles, Carnal Knowing: Female Nakedness and Religious Meaning in the Christian West (Boston: Beacon Press, 1989).
Pàgina 203 - Farne, which is in the midst of the sea and surrounded on every side by water, a place where, before this, almost no one could remain alone for any length of time on account of the various illusions caused by devils. But...
Pàgina 64 - Perpetua, however, had yet to taste more pain. She screamed as she was struck on the bone; then she took the trembling hand of the young gladiator and guided it to her throat. It was as though so great a woman, feared as she was by the unclean spirit, could not be dispatched unless she herself were willing.
Pàgina 61 - have pity on my grey head - have pity on me your father, if I deserve to be called your father, if I have favoured you above all your brothers, if I have raised you to reach this prime of your life. Do not abandon me to be the reproach of men. Think of your brothers, think of your mother and your aunt, think of your child, who will not be able to live once you are gone. Give up your pride! You will destroy all of us! None of us will ever be able to speak freely again if anything happens to you.
Pàgina 64 - When are we going to be thrown to that heifer or whatever it is?" When told that this had already happened, she refused to believe it until she noticed the marks of her rough experience on her person and her dress. Then she called for her brother and spoke to him together with the catechumens and said: "You must all stand fast in the faith and love one another, and do not be weakened...
Pàgina 252 - Alas ! will they kill my wife? Let them take all I have and save her, for she is the best wife in all England, and the best Catholic also.