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Santos, Beatos, Veneráveis e Servos de Deus: SANTO AFONSO MARIA FUSCO, Presbítero e Fundador. C...

Santos, Beatos, Veneráveis e Servos de Deus: SANTO AFONSO MARIA FUSCO, Presbítero e Fundador. C...

January 7 - Celebrating the life of St Raymond of Penyafort - #pinterest After resigning from the Bishopric, Raymond didn’t get to enjoy his peace long, however, because when he was 63 he was elected by his fellow Dominicans to be the head of the whole Order, the successor of St. Dominic. Raymond worked hard, visited on foot all the Dominicans, ............| Awestruck Catholic Social Network

January 7 - Celebrating the life of St Raymond of Penyafort - #pinterest After resigning from the Bishopric, Raymond didn’t get to enjoy his peace long, however, because when he was 63 he was elected by his fellow Dominicans to be the head of the whole Order, the successor of St. Dominic. Raymond worked hard, visited on foot all the Dominicans, ............| Awestruck Catholic Social Network

Carmelites: Carmelitas: Teresita y Teresa, Juan de la Cruz y Edit Stein, Teresita de los Andes e Isabel de la Trinidad, Magdalen de Pazzi, Fr. josé Kalinowski, Teresa Margarita Redi, Elías, María de Jesús Crucificado de Belén (estigmatizada).

Carmelites: Carmelitas: Teresita y Teresa, Juan de la Cruz y Edit Stein, Teresita de los Andes e Isabel de la Trinidad, Magdalen de Pazzi, Fr. josé Kalinowski, Teresa Margarita Redi, Elías, María de Jesús Crucificado de Belén (estigmatizada).

January 15th Saint Ita.    Ita was reputedly of royal lineage. She was born at Decies, Waterford, Ireland, refused to be married, and secured her father's permission to live a virginal life. She moved to Killeedy, Limerick, and founded a community of women dedicated to God. She also founded a school for boys, and one of her pupils was St. Brendan. Many extravagant miracles were attributed to her (in one of them she is reputed to have reunited the head and body of a man who had been beheaded…

January 15th Saint Ita. Ita was reputedly of royal lineage. She was born at Decies, Waterford, Ireland, refused to be married, and secured her father's permission to live a virginal life. She moved to Killeedy, Limerick, and founded a community of women dedicated to God. She also founded a school for boys, and one of her pupils was St. Brendan. Many extravagant miracles were attributed to her (in one of them she is reputed to have reunited the head and body of a man who had been beheaded…

January 2nd Saint Basil the Great.   Bishop of Caesarea, and one of the most distinguished Doctors of the Church. Born probably 329; died 1 January, 379. He ranks after Athanasius as a defender of the Oriental Church against the heresies of the fourth century. With his friend Gregory of Nazianzus and his brother Gregory of Nyssa, he makes up the trio known as "The Three Cappadocians", far outclassing the other two in practical genius and actual achievement.

January 2nd Saint Basil the Great. Bishop of Caesarea, and one of the most distinguished Doctors of the Church. Born probably 329; died 1 January, 379. He ranks after Athanasius as a defender of the Oriental Church against the heresies of the fourth century. With his friend Gregory of Nazianzus and his brother Gregory of Nyssa, he makes up the trio known as "The Three Cappadocians", far outclassing the other two in practical genius and actual achievement.

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