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Kateri trokken meer dan 200 mijl door ruw terrein, een twee maand, ongetwijfeld moeilijk te wijten aan haar slecht gezichtsvermogen, de christelijke schikking te bereiken. Ze wilde er een leven van gebed en boetedoening. Ze daalde van huwelijk en leefde als een alleenstaande vrouw met diep geloof, het aanbieden van haar lijden en leven aan Christus. Haar grote heiligheid, deugd, mystieke gebed leven en liefde voor Christus verbaasd de Jezuïeten en iedereen die haar kenden. Er wordt gezegd…

Saint Soter Papacy began 166 Papacy ended 174 Predecessor Anicetus Successor Eleuterus Personal details Birth name ??? Born ??? Fondi, Campania, Roman Empire Died 174 (?) Rome, Roman Empire

Saint Kateri Tekakwitha - watching the kids at church get confirmed makes me think of my confirmation Saint. If it was the olden days I would be known as Katie Jean Kateri Wilson Thomas❤

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detail of a stained glass window of Pope Saint Fabian; artist unknown, date unknown; choir loft, church of Saint-Gratien, Haussaire, Val-d'Oise, Île-de-France, France; photographed on 6 August 2012 by GFreihalter; swiped from Wikimedia Commons; click for source image

Saint John of Kanty

san noberto - grabado francés hacia 1750

|Happy Feast Day of St Vincent Ferrer - April 5 #pinterest The polarization in the Church today is a mild breeze compared with the tornado that ripped the Church apart during the lifetime of this saint. If any saint is a patron of reconciliation, Vincent Ferrer is. The Western Schism divided Christianity first between two, then three, popes. Clement VII lived at Avignon in ........ Awestruck Catholic Social Network

April 10th - St. Magdalen of Canossa: In Verona Magdalene saw a city in which the poor suffered extreme poverty, only made worse by the social upheavals caused by the invasions of the French Revolutionary Army and the opposing forces of the Austrian Empire, which eventually gained control of her native city. This situation provoked her desire to serve the needs of the unfortunate.

Saint Barnabas curing the sick by Paolo Veronese, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Rouen.