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San Francesco to Sant Francesc!

My blog posts are like buses…..but I have some divine inspiration!

Today is my Saints Day, and in Spain that is a thing.

Though I went to a Roman Catholic school, it had nothing to do with religion, more the fact that it was the only School in County Durham that taught Spanish. 316 more words

Fêtes de la Saint-Louis

Every town or village, no matter how small, will have at least one fête over the summer and some have two or three so there’s always something going on. 1,150 more words


Red Letter Days

When Henry VIII found himself in need of a divorce I’m sure he had no idea what a nest of hornets he released. The divorce should have been easy enough. 307 more words

Real Life

From Prairial to Pop Culture. Day Twenty-six. The odd poetry of renaming the saints' days

Today, July 7, goes down in French revolutionary history for the “Kiss of Lamourette.” This sweet-sounding event on July 7, 1792, draws its name from a collective gesture of goodwill led by Bishop Lamourette, a juror priest (and eternal optimist). 26 more words

French Revolution

A Visit by St. Gregory Nazianzus

Tomorrow at St. Alban’s, a relic of the first class of St. Gregory Nazianzus will be on the altar from 0800-0900 during the morning office.  All are welcome for prayer and veneration of this extraordinary saint of the undivided Church. 166 more words

Archbishop Oscar Romero

Today the church remembers and celebrates the ministry, teaching and example of Archbishop Oscar Romero

Romero was an obscure theologian chosen to be Archbishop in El Salvador. 482 more words

Saints Days

Comaoineach Naofa as Gaeilge an oíche roimh Lá Le Pádraigh in Eaglais Naomh Mhuire , Carraig Uí Laighin

Pictiúr den grúpa a ghlac páirt sa seirbhís na  Comaoineach Naofa as Gaeilge  an oíche roimh Lá Le Pádraigh in Eaglais Naomh Mhuire , Carraig Uí Laighin: 73 more words