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Manuscript inscription of the Capuchins of Tarazona

Description: Manuscript inscription of the Capuchins of Tarazona: “Capuchinos de Tarazona”

Heading: Capuchins. Tarazona

Classmark: A28.5/D62

Source: Denis the Carthusian. D. Dionysii Carthusiani In evangelium Johannis enarratio praeclara admodum. 1548

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Volunteering at The Monkey Sanctuary

So, after one month I have returned back from volunteering at the Monkey Sanctuary in Cornwall. I didn’t have a great start as it took me 5 hours to get to my Grandma’s house in Gloucestershire, the journey usually should take 3 hours, but it was bank holiday. 817 more words

Stain Glass Windows

A few months ago I was having a  conversation with one of my Capuchin Brothers. Together we were pondering how God, so abundant and giving of His love for us, has made us to be instruments of His peace. 663 more words

The Holy Porter: St. Conrad of Parzham

On the edge of the Rott Valley in Lower Bavarria was a German-Christian family, fourteen strong.  Of the twelve is John Birndorfer, the second youngest of the bunch.  616 more words

The Week ahead..

I am off to Cornwall to volunteer at the Monkey Sanctuary (Wild Futures)  for three weeks on Saturday, but heading to my grandma’s in Gloucestershire to break up the journey. 300 more words

Capuchins

Neguri, Spain: While on a trip to Santander two years ago, I visited for the first time the Capuchin-run Monasterio de San Sebastián, thanks to a couple of artist- friends who drove me to the historic site. 180 more words

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ST. CAMILLUS DE LELLIS: 18 July 2017

ST. CAMILLUS DE LELLIS: THE EX-TROOPER—1550-1614

Camillus de Lellis had a good but timid mother; his father seems to have been the very opposite. Both were of respectable, some say of noble, families; and the surname confirms it. 285 more words

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