Butler's lives of the saints
Burns & Oates, 29 de juny 1999 - 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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Cordoba became the capital, from which was disseminated a Moorish civilization
beneficial in many respects even as its thrusts tore at the Christian heart of the
country. The peninsula had never known such opportunities for trade nor ...
Young Christians were to be fired by his passionate loyalty to the Faith and to the
culture it had fostered over the centuries. He assumed quite naturally the
leadership of the radical Christians, advised them, protected them, accompanied
In January 852 Gumesindus, a priest, and Servus Dei, a monk-hermit, confessed
their faith and were martyred on 13 January. Aurelius, son of a Moorish father
and Christian mother, had remained a loyal Christian. He married Sabigotho, a ...
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We are transformed by the people we have been transmuted from herein portrayed. A lovely book of stories of places we have been and will forever inhabit. Their stories are our stories. Llegeix la ressenya completa
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ST DAVID OF WALES bishop
ST CHAD abbot and bishop
BD KATHARINE DREXEL foundress
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